Doctrin - The Deep
Pop, Rock There's a whole lotta woman power packed into Dolly Denko's due out in January 2016 EP "The Deep". Under the name of Doctrin, Denko has put together a staggering debut EP which shocks and empowers all caught under the five tracker's grasp. There is no denying that the simple song structure of soft leads to explosive chorus is easily read after listening to both the two first songs 'Water Sign' and 'Heavenly Cross' respectively, but that does not make them any less congenial. 

Comparative to on the radio pop songs of today which make sentient souls cringe at the beats brought by those trainwrecks, Denko's sublime attitude and psychic gestures sway and pacify any one living being crossing paths with her vocals. I would try and point out one song that showcases her singing tongue better than the last, but I would have to call myself a liar if I declared any one set is better than the last. They are all of equal passion and emphasis, so skipping one melody or another is as sinful as the devil himself. 

Groovy guitars entwine through electronic pulses and touches, while cultured piano talk punctures through all else. Hearing of Denko's talents is one thing, but experiencing her magic in full form of song is seductive and ravishing. Each song through and through is divine and alluring, attractive and captivating; 'The Deep' is not an EP you should miss developing your 2016 playlist. Anyone with an appreciation for either rock or alternative pop should give this a shot. 

If my words prior to this haven't already convinced you to look up Denko, perhaps further viewing and watching shall. I will be attaching her music video for 'Give Me Love' below. If, by some chance, this does not at least lead you to enjoy Doctrin in one way or another then turn and walk away ashamedly while I continue to rock out to the thrashing and dominant tunes and nature of Dolly Denko. 


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Doctrin - The Deep

8.0
"Great"
Released off label 2016
There's a whole lotta woman power packed into Dolly Denko's due out in January 2016 EP "The Deep". Under the name of Doctrin, Denko has put together a staggering debut EP which shocks and empowers all caught under the five tracker's grasp. There is no denying that the simple song structure of soft leads to explosive chorus is easily read after listening to both the two first songs 'Water Sign' and 'Heavenly Cross' respectively, but that does not make them any less congenial. 

Comparative to on the radio pop songs of today which make sentient souls cringe at the beats brought by those trainwrecks, Denko's sublime attitude and psychic gestures sway and pacify any one living being crossing paths with her vocals. I would try and point out one song that showcases her singing tongue better than the last, but I would have to call myself a liar if I declared any one set is better than the last. They are all of equal passion and emphasis, so skipping one melody or another is as sinful as the devil himself. 

Groovy guitars entwine through electronic pulses and touches, while cultured piano talk punctures through all else. Hearing of Denko's talents is one thing, but experiencing her magic in full form of song is seductive and ravishing. Each song through and through is divine and alluring, attractive and captivating; 'The Deep' is not an EP you should miss developing your 2016 playlist. Anyone with an appreciation for either rock or alternative pop should give this a shot. 

If my words prior to this haven't already convinced you to look up Denko, perhaps further viewing and watching shall. I will be attaching her music video for 'Give Me Love' below. If, by some chance, this does not at least lead you to enjoy Doctrin in one way or another then turn and walk away ashamedly while I continue to rock out to the thrashing and dominant tunes and nature of Dolly Denko. 


Dec 28 2015

Off label

Official release released by the artist themselves without the backing of a label.

Steven Gullotta

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I've been writing for Brutal Resonance since November of 2012 and now serve as the editor-in-chief. I love the dark electronic underground and usually have too much to listen to at once but I love it. I am also an editor at Aggressive Deprivation, a digital/physical magazine since March of 2016. I support the scene as much as I can from my humble laptop.

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