Dlugosz - President's Day
I couldn’t uncover much about Dlugosz and the story behind this instrumental, ambient producer but after listening to his recent release, “President’s Day” I’m quite intrigued.
The song falls between ambient and experimental, with the main focus being on a guitar melody that carries the entirety of the song. It has a soft and melancholic feel to it, one that brings back imagery of autumn weather. “President’s Day” is a unique track in the sense that it doesn’t follow your typical track arrangement and instead it creates its own path, weaving in and out focus and taking the listener on a personal journey.
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