Artist Dallaserra Releases New Album, ‘Make It Rock’

Out today, February 11, ‘Make It Rock’ is the brand new album from artist Dallaserra. The long player comprises 11 tracks, and is filled with futuristic sounds and modernised beats, showing the artist’s own take on synthpop.

‘Make It Rock’ is the culmination of many years of work, and even more years of listening to and absorbing a wide range of influences, from such genres as electronic, pop, jazz, and classical music. Dallaserra chose to make every track unique, and not one was composed with the intention of sounding like a production. The end result is one of uncompromising beauty, an intriguing mix which leaves the listener eager to find out what the artist has coming next.

Dallaserra, the performance name of Maxime Dallaserra, is a composer of electronic, and genre-bending music, who was influenced by the use of early computers such as VIC 20, Commodore 64, and trackers on AMIGA to make his sound.

Further influences include the music of Art of Noise, WARP (LFO), Orbital, and THE ORB. Dallaserra’s aim is to produce high quality music without compromise, and to further perpetuate the movement initiated by the aforementioned artists.

You can stream and download ‘Make It Rock’ here.

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