Dom Brinkley is a Melbourne-based singer-songwriter and guitarist. His work is a mellow blend of retro and contemporary styles. In his latest single, Bad Wine, Dom gets a little bit funky, infusing it into soul and modern acoustic frames. It has remarkably progressive roots, taking prompts from a diverse spectrum of sonic styles. The track is the first single released from his upcoming sophomore EP. 

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Opening with folk-rock imprints, the track is gradually transformed with funk grooves, blues accents, and rock rhythms. With it comes an evasive framework of disco beats and electro-pop. He inculcates a gossamer line of synths and glassy harmonies that further dimensionalizes the soundscape. Despite the diversity, there is a sonic cohesiveness that presents the listener with an engaging continuum of soul styles and sentiment. Dom’s passionate baritones travel across the soundscape, leaping between frames, its evolution beautifully aligned with its backdrop. Listen Now! 

Dom debuted as a solo artist in early 2020 and has since been creatively exploring the folk and blues styles. His music is mostly freeform, with little to no adherence to conventional modes of music writing. It is unique and creative, speaking directly to the artist’s individuality and his sonic aesthetic. 

The track is available for streaming on popular sites like Spotify, Apple Music, YouTube Music, and Amazon Music! 

You can listen to Bad Wine by Dom Brinkley here –