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Dario Rohrbach's EP "Let Grow A Tree", is a prime example of what to expect from someone who
has been deeply immersed in music all his life. As a Producer and DJ who isn't afraid to pick up a
mic or employing a guitarsavvy
friend for some pluckingaction,
Dario Rohrbach eschews the
classic notion of a faceless bedroomknobtwiddler
(er....the knobs on his studiogear, of course).
In this specific case, the result is a sublime collection of music bathed in layers of harmony. For a
blissed out state of mind, be that on the dancefloor or miles away from it.
"Cold Without You" comes from deep within the realm of emotional turmoil, the protagonist seemly
having given up, simply stating that things are, well, cold. The backdrop here is a dreamy,
guitardriven
specimen of laidback
house, radiating nothing but warmth and love. It's as if the
music is designed to comfort its vocalist, gently nudging him towards a happier dawn.
Titletrack "Let Grow A Tree", by contrast, is what could be considered the "clubcut",
if any such
blatantly superficial descriptions even apply here. Equipped with a subtly chugging chicagodrive
and a solid helping of bottomheavy
bass, Dario Rohrbach channels the forest ranger in himself,
proclaiming to do his tracktitlegiven
deed. He's a rather straightforward chap in that regard...
Ending the EP on an emotionally somber note again, is "Miss Her", basically a loop of classic
blues. The lyrical protagonist stumbles seemingly dazed, out of some vermininfested
swamp near
Baton Rouge, mourning the lacking presence of a beloved girl. Wearing its heart on its sleeve, this
wonderfully weird little number is testament to Dario Rohrbach's versatility and