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D!lemma : Acid Funk Review

D!lemma : Acid Funk Review

D!lemma-cdD!lemma is the musical brainchild of Adil Bari, a California-based electronic musician, digital artist, and producer living in the San Francisco Bay Area. Music has always been a part of his world. When he was eight, he learned to play various instruments and performed at small venues. D!lemma produces his own hybrid compositions influenced by multiple artists. As a multi-genre artist, he is passionate about creating music that pushes the boundaries.

“Acid Funk” brings us a big House beat with an exciting drop and build. D!lemma has a balance of electronic sounds and phat beats that makes you wanna move. With just the right amount of Techno, “Acid Funk” is constantly shifting and surprising. A dance floor banger with this one; close your eyes and get lost in these beats.

D!lemma has a strong momentum with “Acid Funk.” He maintains the momentum in creative ways, taking us on a journey where wonderful, accented Techno lines flow angularly over House beats. With just the right amount of polyphonic counterpoint and radiating synth voicings, there are no stiff moments but a flowing stream that inspires broad-minded dancers to move!


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November 4, 2022

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