NY born, Berlin-based artist Discovery Zone invites us into a dance filled with paradoxes and digital addiction in her new single “Dance II.” Through hefty waves of synths, “Dance II” spins with a highly organized chaotic flair that bursts with progressive and retro flavors. Think of this as the offspring of Internet and quarter midlife crisis:
On the song, the gal shared: “‘Dance II’ deals with inner conflict, paradoxes, and the endless digital archiving of reality. Some funny thing I’m trying to find and capture in myself and in the world and save but can’t quite. The thing I’m chasing. A feeling. A song. Myself. Whatever it is. It’s a Dance, too!”
The track is from Discovery Zone’s upcoming debut album Remote Control, which will be out on June 5th.
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