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Domino Grey feat. SheaDoll “Do You Feel Good?” House Music, y’all.

September 9, 2015 Leave a comment

Domino Grey and SheaDoll combine for a house treat.

Do You Feel Good?

Domino Grey SheaDoll single cover

Yeah, you probably do…

Domino Grey teams up with long time collaborator Shea Doll to bring us a Deep House track that asks – Do You Feel Good? The answer is a resounding yes as you groove to the tune.

Available on iTunes, Beatport and other sites where fine music is sold.

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With ‘Boxing The Girl’, Domino Grey reaches the end of his Butterfly Affect Series – interview on Soundlooks

October 17, 2013 Leave a comment

Soundlooks interview with Domino Grey

Domino Grey

It Feels Right to end the Butterfly Affect Series

With the release of his latest E.P. Boxing The Girl, Domino Grey reaches the end of his Butterfly Affect Series.

This arc of music includes instrumentals that swing from pure listening vibes to house-inspired party tracks. We sit down with this electronic artist and pick his brain over the latest releases.

Where did the obsession with butterflies come from and what does it all mean?

I wouldn’t say obsessed. It’s just the overall umbrella idea that I had everything fall under. Butterfly into caterpillar- everyone gets that. People changing over time…deciding to see yourself as you are and not through the eyes of others… The affect instead of effect, because I’m talking about how these thoughts influence our self-image and self-esteem. If you think you’re a caterpillar, you will crawl instead of fly.

 But the goal is to make dance music, isn’t it? To be a part of that scene…

Well yes and many find it strange that I’d try to inject meanings and metaphors into music where- making them move is the main motive. But not every song is weighed down in deep thought or me trying to impart some kind of message. Sometimes it’s just in the liner notes. Sometimes it’s just one track and the rest are straight cuts. I party too.

The big idea for Boxing The Girl is a long, rambling message from a girl in a bit of trouble. What’s the story behind that?

I always pull my song ideas from real-life events. Usually I clean them up and make them universal enough so that everyone can relate without exposing anyone too much. We have all gotten or left an embarrassing or somewhat compromising series of messages. It’s just that no one usually saves them and slaps them on top of some music.

READ MORE!

– See more at: http://soundlooks.com/2013/10/with-boxing-the-girl-domino-grey-reaches-the-end-of-his-butterfly-affect-series/#sthash.uHdXDeDP.dpuf

Domino Grey Get it Up, Lay it Down

February 17, 2011 Leave a comment

I listened to a lot of House/Dance Music in college and as a producer I would sometimes come up with music outside my usual stomping ground of rap. Friends would sometimes request copies of these tracks and mostly I would bury them in my library of Nice to listen To. As I looked at the rapidly expanding genres of electronic music, I found that a good deal of my music came very close to fitting these different styles.

And so, the process of separating and cataloging tracks began. Of course this is electronic dance music slanted towards lounge. You’ll find that it still has the Dynamics Plus sound at its core. Thanks for giving Domino Grey a listen.

– Dynamics Plus

“Night Zone Qualibra Straitor”

“Let My Spirit Run Free”

You can snag the album from iTunes and Amazon.

http://itunes.apple.com/us/album/give-me-sound/id418278164?i=418278168

Physical Copies from CDBaby

http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/dominogrey

Domino Grey Get it Up, Lay it Down

Album Cover: Domino Grey Get it Up, lay it Down

It’s Electronic Dance Music at its best. It’s an album that is both classic and futuristic. The sound captures the vibrant energy of a moving city with its pounding rhythms and hypnotic beats. The sultry vocal styling will release your deepest emotions.

You can also catch me on my homesite

http://www.thedynamicuniverse.com/