The Dream Logic – “I’m Gonna Take It From You”

The Dream Logic is a three-piece band out of New York City who play their own unique fusion of jam, funk, blues  and rock & roll.  The trio is made up of multi-instrumentalist and composer Charles Compo, drummer Camille Gainer and bassist Jerry Brooks. The band was founded in 2012 and released their first eponymous record in 2013, which featured  Eric   Krasno   (Soulive),  Mark Peterson (Vernon Reid, Cassandra Williams),  James Casey  (Trey Anastasio Band) and  Mark Williams  (The Legendary Roots Crew, Kool & The Gang). The Dream Logic released their third studio album, “Liquid Sunshine ” on November 9th, 2018. The 13-track album features the funky and heavy “I’m Gonna Take It From You”.

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“I’m Gonna Take It From You” starts with a razor sharp and punchy riff that the band delivers like a finely tuned machine. The sound is layered with spacey tones and crunchy guitars while the solid rhythm chugs along. The vocals have a dangerous rasp and swagger to them, dispensing the lyrics with personality and character like the animated lead singers of the 70s. The song subtly but steadily builds tension as the verse progresses, leading into a light and ethereal refrain before landing back in the blues infused main riff. The guitars kick into an aggressively funky riff that transitions into an electrifying and soulful solo while the band still powers through the groove. They have the perfect mix of tight and loose, each instrument is locked into their place all flowing together as one while still giving enough freedom of expression to make the music feel alive. You can listen to “I’m Gonna Take It From You” on our Prime Cuts Playlists on Spotify and Youtube and follow The Dream Logic on the links below. Please continue to support artists like The Dream Logic and share this music with everyone you know.

Official Website – www.thedreamlogic.com

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