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Fresh Artist DNMO Takes a Stand on Toxic Relationships in "Sick of You" With Sub Urban

Our next artist proves that there is no age limit for when you can start making music. Today we are moving on over to Zed’s Dead’s Deadbeats label for “Sick of You”, the latest track from the rising start that is DNMO. At the meager age of 17, DNMO is already making plenty of waves in the dance music community with multiple successful releases under his belt already. While he has recently found his home with the Deadbeats family, DNMO has crushed many other milestones for upcoming artists. For example, DNMO is now the youngest artist to perform at the iconic American Red Rocks Amphitheatre, following that up with multiple major festival appearances. DNMO has the talent to make it in this industry, as long as he makes the right choices.

Sick Of You” was written about a girl in your life that you cherish more than anyone else. It’s about old habits, ritual attraction and at times, pity, obscured the fact that this girl was a toxic ailment towards everyday life. For this track, Sub Urban and I spent a week writing music in the studio together, which really helped us reach a whole new level of songwriting. Through that experience we were able to capture the high energy vibe we were feeling at the time“. – DNMO & Sub Urban

Alright DNMO, step out of the way so we can see what you have come to the table with. DNMO takes a stand in “Sick Of You”, standing strong against toxic relationships for the sake of familiarity and safety from the unknown. DNMO surprises us with this message, at the same time showcasing his own style to the entire world. The track is not just one cut, as DNMO makes use of multi-layering to achieve the result he wants. Add an addictive melody, just a dose of organic instruments, and an intriguing message you have a surprisingly solid track. Well done DNMO, we can’t wait for more
Make sure you check out “Sick of You” on Spotify!

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