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EP Review: 'Low On A Wave'-Dom McAllister

Dom McAllister has released his debut EP, 'Low On A Wave' and it features the new single 'Intentions' (feat. Jords).

The  'Low On A Wave' EP is a soulful pop body of work.

Opening track 'Incense' is sensual and smooth.

'Intentions' has a subtle yet infectious bassline and emotive piano chords. In this track, Dom expresses his innermost thoughts.

Speaking about ‘Intentions’, the Scottish-Fillipino musician shares: “'Intentions' speaks on the hardships of our daily lives. In homage to London and the tragedy of Grenfell Tower. I collaborated with Jords who speaks on his story which cuts deep. During this crazy time we’re facing at the moment it’s easy to feel alone. I hope people feel less alone knowing we’re all going through hard times.”

Meanwhile, 'Camouflage' is another thoughtful song. Dom asks, "Do I have your attention?"

Summarising his debut Low On Wave EP, Dom says: “‘Low on a wave’ represents many things that we struggle with whilst trying to find ourselves. Sounds all extremely deep but with a little help from the mellow trap and hip hop beats I hope that listeners can still vibe to it. Even if there were no lyrics to these tracks, I feel the producers have captured sense of emotion with every chord change, beat and moody synth. Today we respond to a #mood or vibe we all want to feel, so I wanted to create something quite “wavey” yet still expressing how I felt at the time. If anyone is feeling alone for whatever reason, I hope this can sail anybody’s low on a wave to remember we’re all going through something.”

This is an EP showcasing a star in the making.

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