Posted January 12, 2018 by Mike Mineo in Rock

Dorvin Borman – “Wrath”

Los Angeles multi-instrumentalist, singer, songwriter, and producer Dorvin Borman crafts an engaging vein of dreamy psych-pop. Just-released track “Wrath” works around his serene vocals and glistening, twangy guitars, with a reverbed drum machine beat providing a sturdy backbone. Borman is responsible for the track in its entirety — its instrumentation, vocals, recording, production, and mixing. “Lying down in the city speaker, feeling the wrath of it all,” he sings, with a bit of Panda Bear-like psych whimsy in his vocals. Speaking inward to anxiety and stress, the track’s theme serves as a personal antidote with its fluttering, dreamy sound.

Look out for more tracks from Borman over the next few months, as well as an eventual EP.

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