By: Shamus Hill
For those of you on the East Coast, and specifically the Boston area, today's weather has been truly exceptional. It's one of those days that almost requires a walk through the park, a stroll down the beach, or simply a cruise with the windows down. Helping set the soundtrack for this type of day is Boston's Dungeon Jane, who's February release of Spectrum might not have been on everyone's radar, but is more than deserving of the attention of the masses.
I touched upon how I tend to cover releases shortly after their debut, however as I mentioned earlier this week, sometimes you have to give credit where credit is due, which is exactly how I am feeling about Spectrum. A beautiful debut album by Dungeon Jane, this eight-song project is one that displays a breathtaking talent. There's a vast depth to her short-lengthed discography, as Spectrum manages to embody a wide variety of stylistic elements ranging from R&B to House Music to everything in between.
Some of my standouts from this project were "Nowhere", "Do It", and "Ode To You". In my opinion, I strongly believe as though these three tracks in particular do an incredible job at showcasing Dungeon Jane's multi-faceted talents. Regardless of this though, Spectrum is an incredibly well-executed body of work that fans of Massachusetts music should really be getting behind.
Watch the official music video for "Ode To You" below: