Dreamers Delight to release new EP on Lowtemp Music


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Lucid Anatomy  EP drops November 11th on Gramatik’s Lowtemp label

Fresh off 2016 festival appearances at Vertex, Coachella, Electric Forest, Lightning in a Bottle, Camp Bisco and Backwoods, Dreamers Delight is days away from the release of Lucid Anatomy, with anticipation of an even bigger 2017. Dreamers Delight first made a splash into the scene with his early 2015 EP Awake, also on Lowtemp; quickly followed by his live debut at that year’s Electric Forest. Since then Reed Krafft has supported top tier talents such as Big Gigantic, FKJ, Illenium, Emancipator, Break Science, Gryffin, Sound Remedy and Chill Harris. These plays, along with the support of label head Gramatik, have shown that he is ready to be brought up to the majors.

Over the last year, Krafft has taken the time to travel the globe and take in international inspiration. From working in the studio with K-Pop’s CHITWN Records in Seoul, Korea as well as a two-week stint in China, Dreamers Delight is getting acquainted with much than the scene here in the US.

“Being able to travel to other parts of the world and be immersed in different cultures is an incredible experience and has given me a lot of inspiration for my music. I’m really looking forward to more adventures and seeing as much of the world as I can!” — Krafft

The EP kicks off with the title track, “Lucid Anatomy” which quickly warms you up to the fun and spacey “Star Dwellers”, featuring Vaughn Trace on vocals. “Tell Me”, arguably the hardest-hitting track off the EP gets mixed masterfully right into the single “Brooklyn”, which ends the EP in beauty and grace. From start to finish Lucid Anatomy is clearly a cohesive and well-blended group of cleverly crafted tracks… leaving no lack of excitement throughout. According to Krafft, if these 4 tracks still leave you wanting more, you won’t have to wait too long.

“I have quite a few projects that I am currently working on that I am very excited about. There will be a release with Break Science coming out soon as well works with Bass Physics and Sound Remedy. There are also a few singles including one with a feature from Cammie Robinson that I can’t wait to release!” — Krafft

Plus, you can always tune into his bi-monthly DayDream mixes to hold you over in the meantime!