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Innovative guitarist Dustin Wong works in intricate patterns, not unlike composers Steve Reich or Philip Glass, and he employs abundant layering to achieve breadth and depth. His guitars are filtered and manipulated by a chorus of gadgets and pedals (distortion pedal, loop pedal, delay pedal, etc.). And like a conductor, he sculpts the music's flow and movement through precise manipulation of these tools. The beauty of Dreams Say—Wong’s second solo album—is hearing various tunes bloom into something else. The mesmerizing circling of guitars gives over to harpsichord-like tones on “Sprinkle Wet Toes,” and the complex layers of “Pink Diamond” let it move through several tableaux in five minutes. “Toe Tore Oh” starts out twinkling like dew on clover but ends in a quiet sunset of intense color. When delicate, gossamer beauties like “Ice Sheets on Feet Prints” or “Triangle Train Stop” deliver the goods without metamorphosis, it’s just as rewarding. Though there are faint overtones of King Crimson’s Robert Fripp, Wong ain’t exactly your dad’s guitar hero.

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It's a lambrynth of music. Listen to him and give him many listens and you'll find something new every time.

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Lush layers and clever development in every song. Rally amazing stuff and you can tell alot of work went into every song. Very well done.


Born: Hawaii

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Hawaiian-born Dustin Wong of indie art rock groups Ponytail and Ecstatic Sunshine took the idea of going solo literally. A performer of instrumental guitar pieces, Wong performed his first show (in August of 2009) by his lonesome, aided only by a pedal board that he used to build a cacophony of textures through delay effects and loop units. His first release, the Seasons LP, followed the same format of unaccompanied guitar, and his second release, the cassette-only Let It Go for WTRCL, found him...
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