DC Gore (Dominic Gore) shares his synth-layered, politically prescient debut album, All These Things. As inspired by the unvarnished portraiture of Martin Parr as he is Ballardian grotesquerie - and by the seedy witticisms of Jarvis Cocker and arch art-pop commentary of Neil Tennant, Gore’s music sits proudly within a rich tradition of distinctively British disrupters. Skewering notions of national identity with a vivid mix of pin-sharp satire in an expansive palette of synthesizing new wave art-rock, Gore effortlessly creates songs that are as ingeniously calculated as they are dance-inducing.
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