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Meaningful, Catchy, and Fun

Davidmahr's Imposter takes catchy and meaningful pop to a new high. With Daft Punk's new - and sad - direction and Pet Shop Boys album so far off in July, Imposter gives us the upbeat pop that is not what is made for summer - Imposter is what summer fun was made for.

The driving, bouncy, and quirky Love Train opens and sets the stage for an experimental experience that rivals the aforementioned Daft Punk, yet far more interesting.

Pulling you right through the platform is the punchy and sexy All Night Long. If this one doesn't get you sassy, check your pulse. For every facepalm out there is What Were You Thinking? Harking to the funking cross-breed of early drum machines and smoky jazz clubs this track keeps you singing right along with it.

The tears well with tracks like I just Want You To Stay. You can't help but sway, tap your fingers, think, and smile. I See You keeps this pop ball rolling with a bit of a dare to wander through yourself... singing the song in your own key but from afar. A classy reflection on desire that hopes for the self motivated discovery of seeming stranger to find you in the crowd.

Another good beat to the face is Hey Hey. This track is the poster child of chair dancing. The haunting bridges are unapologetic in the tease of a new love and broken promises.

The standout on the album is the hooky and driving Irresistible. Exploring once more the need for that robot boy. Lush rhythms and jolting kicks create a track that is irresistible to your hips.

A kind of reinvention of the self is Somehow Someday. The confidence of this smooth and electric track starts that hum in your head that you can't just shake until you realize that you're going back for more.

Overall, davidmahr's Imposter is a labor of love that you will not get enough of. So chair dance all you want. This album deserves every moment.

Imposter / David Mahr

I'm not very hip, but this new set of songs by David Mahr definitely IS. The entire album is fun, upbeat, techno-savvy and hard to get out of your head. Why try? Put it on your workout shuffle and you won't be shuffling! The whole collection is super, but my three favorites are "Irresistible," "What Were You Thinking," and "I Just Want You to Stay." Mahr's vocal on that last one is mellow and assured; it's a lovely song. I'm sure many others have said it, but Mahr is mahrvelous -- and "Imposter" proves he is no such thing; this is the real deal.

Biography

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '90s, '00s

David Mahr shares songwriting credit with longtime writing partner SFoRcE. Producer Mahr's musical arsenal includes vintage analog equipment like the Korg Poly 800 slaved to a Mac-based digital sequencer system,...
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