Dick Dent reworks the concept of mainstream pop with his original twist with these covers.

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Dick Dent Goes Pop.

The sound of these four pop covers, that shine of an eternal light, seems to come from a distant place in our conscience. Dick Dent can transform them in a bizarre post-punk jumble, with clear recalls to the most visionary synth-pop.

In each one of them their brightness is left untouched, and Dick makes us see his love for these evergreen songs, that here remain suspended in a sort of karaoke, almost ghostly, where the elements that this Bristol artist knows better can interact: drum machines and analogue synths joined to an enormous amount of vocal echoes.

A good way to listen song covers reinterpreted with a personal touch, which gives the occasion to go and listen to the first songs from the repertoire of such an interesting artist.

(Dick Dent has a radio show called “Do You Mind If I Talk” – listen here http://listen.camp/)

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