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Galvanic & DLJ Get Together for ‘Dead Man’

Combining the musical genius of singer, songwriter, and producer Galvanic with the wit of beat-making aficionado DLJ, “Dead Man” dives into the dark side of the human experience. In only 2 years, Wyatt Johnson, AKA Galvanic has made quite the name for himself. A regular feature on Spotify's hottest playlists like New Music Friday and Chill Hits, his genre-bending flair and vocal highbrow landed him a record deal with Ultra Music at only 20 years old. Galvanic's co-write and counterpart for “Dead Man,” DLJ is a Toulouse-dwelling, lo-fi producer with a penchant for hip-hop. With a cool 80 Million streams across his discography and placements in Spotify's New Music Friday, Jazz Vibes, and Lo-Fi Beats, DLJ is a decorated creator with a progressive take on contemporary minimalist music. “Dead Man” is a narcotic, stark, and shadowy single that explores the unwelcome symptoms of the human experience. Combining the musical elements of electronic, indie, and hip-hop, “Dead Man” is a place where poetry and pain collide. Its stripped-back nature is hypnotizing, allowing the powerful lyrical content to reign high above the beautifully simplistic production. This collaborative gem comes at a time in modern history where pain and heartbreak are all too familiar. A powerful and authentic manifesto, “Dead Man” is a gift stitched together by the hands of empathy and vulnerability.

“To me, ‘Dead Man' is a track that reflects the irrational insecurities and pessimism so many of us feel, but don't express. These feelings and worries are oftentimes overcome, but I still think they're important to capture.” – Galvanic

“I love how the production fits so well with Galvanic’s sorrowful vocals, we both wanted to express deep and personal feelings in this track, I am very happy of how we were able to bring these darker feelings and emotions to light.” – DLJ


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