A young emerging artist, Joe Dulay, is 21 years old. His style is dramatic, rather dark, perhaps even cinematic at times. Progressive, climactic, and dense are all accurate. Likened to a river cutting through a mountainous horizon, his music has a flow of it's own with dynamic velocities. Ranging from deep plunges to uphill struggles; always yielding a compromised victory -a peak of risk- because you never never know where a waterfall lies until it's too late...
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