Dylan Moon :: Option Explore

Fifteen short songs fly by quickly as Moon cycles between settings like a frenzied keyboard demo: synthy Shakedown Street vibes (“Plot Points”), slow-mo shoegaze (“I-80”), oxygen bar melancholy (“10 Apples”), or full blown aquatic junglist bliss (“Deep Time”).

Dylan Moon :: The Aquarium Drunkard Interview

If Dylan Moon’s Only The Blues was released in the 1960s or ’70s, it could have been a gorgeous private press loner obscurity like Dave Bixby’s Ode To Quetzalcoatl, discovered by waxidermists decades later. If it was released in the ’80s, it could have been a proto-synth-pop masterpiece like Nick Nicely’s “D.C.T. Dreams” that magically caught the ear of a major label. If it was released in the ’90s, it could have landed on K Records, Shrimper, or maybe even Flying Nun.