Off of his latest EP, the title track ‘Waster’s Blues’ drops.
About the EP, DOM GLYNN said: “I like to listen to music that’s raw and honest. Which is how I like to make my music too. This EP is made up of 3 songs all recorded as first takes. This is the sound of one-man-and-his-guitar done properly. The polish was left in the drawer with this one and we’ve kept the sound true to my live performance.”
Based out of Birmingham UK, Dom has been honing his craft in folk and blues, always chasing that inspiration that crept into his life long ago. His influencers include the likes of folk and blues legends Bob Dylan, Rory Gallagher and Townes Van Zandt, driving Dom to drive harder and more authentic in his music, than ever.
‘Waster’s Blues’ is one of those offerings, which drapes in traditional ol’ south blues aesthetics, catapulted by the unique and decadent ‘gripe and grit’ of his vocal expressions.
Said Dom: “This is music made for fans of folk and blues, music for those who are repulsed by over-production and pandering to commercialism.”
Indeed, Dom. Indeed.
Get your fill of the blues with DOM.
It’s another new twist to the beloved craft genre.