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Dent May has proven to be far more diverse than anyone might have imagined when he released his ukulele-based songs at the onset of his career. His transformation into dance-floor king Dent Sweat proved he had a versatility that meant he could do anything he dreamt up. And May dreams aplenty. Warm Blanket cruises through a variety of genres, sounding so perfect on “Born Too Late”—a song that uses disco grooves, late-'60s pop melodies, and ‘70s-styled soft rock—that it feels as if Dent May isn’t a single individual but a variety of talents meeting somewhere on the sly. Yet, that’s May creating another soft rock gem with the synth-led Beach Boys–like “Yazoo.” Looking for insight into his warped, creative mind, the acoustic-based “I’m Ready to Be Old” paints May as a dedicated Brian Wilson-Van Dyke Parks-Harry Nilsson disciple who finds his own voice within this elusive style. To further expand the palette, May finishes off with the pedal steel–heavy “Summer Is Over,” where he avoids all country-western clichés to create his own brand of pop music.

Customer Reviews

Another classic

Another Dent May classic. They guy has been producing quality sound for years (the Rockwells were my fav!) and just keeps getting better while adding different dimensions to the music with each album. This is good one. Buy dis mess don't bootleg dis ish!


very nice

This Guy Is Cool

Dent May’s lushly orchestrated tunes deserve major recognition. His songs have a heavy 70’s pop feel to them but also sound thoroughly modern. I can’t wait for more music from him.


Born: Jackson, MS

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Mississippi-based singer/songwriter and ukulele aficionado Dent May crafts elegant and whimsical pop tunes in the vein of Jens Lekman and Magnetic Fields, with a dash of Serge Gainsbourg and Jonathan Richman thrown in for good measure. In 2008 May inked a deal with the Animal Collective-founded Paw Tracks imprint, culminating in the release of The Good Feeling Music of Dent May & His Magnificent Ukulele the following year. May soon turned to creating dance music under the name Dent Sweat, releasing...
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