Snubluck ~ That Isn’t Love!

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There are musicians who make music and then there are those that create so much more.   Denver resident Corey English, otherwise known as music producer SNUBLUCK, molds textures and sounds into vibrantly cohesive songs that feel almost like watching a movie play out or seeing a painting come to life from the very first brush stroke.  On his latest album Dustprints, SNUBLUCK takes us on a flash tour of past memories through a collection of tracks that are both entertaining and impressively unique.  Yet no track puts everything all together quite like “That Isn’t Love”.

“That Isn’t Love” is an experimental electronic tune in its truest sense but there is a fantastic fusion of mashed-up humming, sporadic drum taps and hip hop beats that elevates it to another level.  The track seems to pick up the opening classic movie-esque vibe and carries it into a more modern realm of music full of big bass thumps, change of pace melodies and hard-hitting rhythms.  A type sound we are increasingly drawn more to these days.  SNUBLUCK is part of the Pragmatic Theory family chock full of extremely talented producers and artists we should all get to know a bit more about.  Check out the rest of Dustprints and download the album for free at the Bandcamp link provided below.  Enjoy the experience!

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Born in sunny San Diego and raised in central Illinois. I graduated from the University of Illinois @Urbana-Champaign and spent the better part of 10 years in sunny Phoenix Arizona after graduation. I now reside in Savoy IL and I try to make it up to the Chicago music scene as much as I can. Music has always been a part of my life and I wouldn’t have it any other way!

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