Dalminjo One Day You'll Dance for Me Tokyo
- Words: Luciana Lopez
- Label: Deeplay
Norwegian producer Ole Roar Granli's passionate, desperate cover of The Smiths' "There is a Light That Never Goes Out" sets a tone for all 10 tracks on this album: pretty, fun to listen to, but largely stripped of meaning. Not that the album, Dalminjo's sophomore effort, isn't enjoyable; it's just that it doesn't go deeper than that. The tracks, leaning toward downtempo and deep house, would mostly do well on the dancefloor, but none would be the standout track you go to the record store dying to find. Ear candy: tasty, but devoid of nutritional content.
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