Listen to "Bone Music" in The Last Artful, Dodgr and Neill Von Tally's New Single / by Alex Young

 The Last Artful, Dodgr and Neill Von Tally photographed by  @tiki_mon

The Last Artful, Dodgr and Neill Von Tally photographed by @tiki_mon

Look to the west, across the coast to Portland, specifically. Musically this area catches waves due to a jumping song called "Caroline" by Aminé. However, there is plenty of untapped talent in this region, and that is what is delivered here today.

Two artists by the names of The Last Artful, Dodgr and Neill Von Tally present a work they call "Bone Music." The description refers to the strong, rough synth sounds that hit with a certain hollowness, and the duo's upcoming album. Officially called "Oofda," the first single off the album is written and produced by Dodgr and Tally. The raw lyrics and additional production by Zip Zap Studios create a tough track with the right amount of grit that an audience could feed off of.

The hardened tone of "Oofda," thanks to vocalist The Last Artful, Dodgr, will carry over into her and Neill Von Tally's "Bone Music" project. Themes of the album focus on a blue-collar worker struggling with work and his relationships.

Listen to the interesting music below and keep up with Dodgr and Tally here and here.