‘Notes from Columbia’ is an exalting radiation of music from Pablo Dylan. Hurricane-esque, you can say.
Modern day folk-rock musician/instrumentalist Pablo Dylan grew up with music at the center of his life. He discovered his own passion for the art at a young age and possessed the ambition to make his mark on the world just the same.
And with that ambition in mind, he’s grown in and within the world that he’d been volunteered. The music that is folk and consuming, perpetuates with a sunny disposition that is of both consulting and also of brethren empathy. A casual but serious antithesis to situations of lark and plan, an unambiguous joy and love comes off of his single ‘Burial Of The Dead’ as well as for this full album.
After releasing his first mixtape, 10 Minutes, as a 15-year-old in 2011, Dylan managed to carve out a prospering career for himself. He earned production credits on songs with artists like Erykah Badu, ASAP Rocky, OG Maco, D.R.A.M., and Brent Faiyaz. But with time, he grew disillusioned with the process of creating songs just to please A&Rs and being told to focus on sales projections instead of artistic integrity.
Now he’s here and back to where he’d always wanted. And with the new album, the living and breathing heartfelt gush of passion roars again.
Seems nothing will deter Pablo. Ever.