DIY Rock 'n roller Dfactor Pop has a new EP! It's called "The Times Have Changed (And So Have We) and it's available here for streaming and download at Bandcamp!
The "The Times Have Changed (And So Have We)" EP contains four brand new songs from the pen of singer-songwriter Dfactor Pop (aka Action Dave, aka Dave Murrow). On this digital-only release are the songs:
1) The Times Have Changed (And So Have We) - a timely powerpop rockin' look at our confused nation and what it's done to us.
2) Surrounded & Outnumbered - A blistering guitar track that revs along nicely at about 170 BPMs, "Surrounded & Outnumbered" is a defiant song of speeding along the bumpy path of frustration.
3) Baby, It's Not You - Dfactor shows his playful side with a title cop of an old Shirelles song (later covered by The (early) Beatles) and twists it around for the anti-love song that rules.
4) Moody Love Song - Moody, indeed, with a sullen bass line carrying a sentimental plea to a lover or three.
Taken together, these four songs show a mature guy writing rockers and pop songs that are catchy, timely and relevant to garage rock and powerpop fans everywhere. Dfactor says:
"This EP could've easily been an LP, but we're all on shorter wavelengths these days. And with the overriding news of the day peeling our brains apart, it's best to keep the rockers short and fast, and the pop songs catchy and tuneful!"
He means it - All four songs capture Dfactor's love of fast, catchy guitars, rockin' rhythms, strong drums, and melodies that lodge in the brain for days, if not longer.
The new EP follows Dfactor's earlier 2016 new singles "It's Over for You", a rousing 2 min. rocker about death & mortality, and his politically tinged single folk-pop single "The Battle is Underway."
Dfactor Pop has been writing, recording and performing his rockin' pop songs since the early '00s, combining his love for punk rock, indie rock and catchy powerpop into a DIY catalog that shows no sign of slowing down! The hits just keep coming!
He plays guitar and sings live in the metro Phoenix area with his band Action Jets, which plays a whole bunch of other rockers from the musical brain of Dfactor Pop. Check actionjets.bandcamp.com
for more powerpop and garage rock goodness.