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PREMIERE // Dor Heled ‘The Call’ : A sound of which harkens back to the past of you, and its unbegotten ilk in terrestrial rawness.

Dor Heled

Talented and bewitching musical construction of ‘The Call’, delights in a wrap of passion and 70’s tinged psyche driven pop charms. The indie artist brings the utter feels when the assumption in ‘The Call’ collides with the beautiful positivity.

Dor Heled was born and raised in Israel and he began to follow his life long dream of music after completing his five year military service. Upon his graduation from New York’s The New School for Jazz, he quickly established himself as a prominent sideman, backing such acts as Gili Yalo (feat. on KEXP) and Anbessa Orchestra (feat. on Pop Matters and WQXR Soundcheck).

While working as a freelance musician in New York over the past eight years, his own personal perspective began to stir and take shape, until the arrival of his debut album, aptly named ‘Things Change’. A deeply personal statement, the album’s seven tracks present gleaned insights and spiritual messages alongside analog synthesizers and vocal harmonies, and its debut single – “Too Late” – produced by Itamar – is currently featured on Spotify’s editorial playlist – New from NYC: Indie.

Surreptitious and decadently unadulterated, the sights through Dor’s sounds, invigorate with thoughtful angles of rousing possibilities and undulating accommodations. A sound of which harkens back to the past of you, and its unbegotten ilk in terrestrial rawness.

It’s an occasion for the senses.

‘The Call’ is from the upcoming full album due to release in July 2020.

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