DVEC Everybody's Talking, Nobody's Listening

Talented visionaries Dexuality Valentino and Eunice Cazarez have gifted the music world with a sonically prolific offering entitled Everybody’s Talking, Nobody’s Listening. This album is a tremendous work of art that bears witness to the success of the duo’s reinventive efforts. Prior to the release of the group’s new album, Dexuality Valentino and Eunice Cazarez became DVEC, a name that is professionally simplistic and memorable. The amazing thing about DVEC is that their creative endeavors have proven to be successful in spite of the physical distance between the two, Dexuality is from the UK and Eunice resides in Oregon. Interestingly, the artistic pair have never met physically.

Everybody’s Talking, Nobody’s Listening is an avant-garde gem of electronic music that also features some crafty designs of spoken word and poetically charged lyricism. The album consists of ten daring tracks. DVEC is able to illustrate social concepts within the guise of experimental muse composed of melody, soundbites, and word.

DVEC’s masterful work opens with the invigorating Letting the Days Go By, a brilliant collage of sound that pulls the listener into its world and philosophy. The track describes the irony of day-to-day living, a theme that appears throughout the album. Other treasures waiting to be discovered that appear on Everybody’s Talking, Nobody’s Listening include Broken Boned & Bleeding Out, Johnny That Sharks Got a Knife, and the recently released single titled Automated Alice.

Automated Alice is the first single released from Everybody’s Talking, Nobody’s Listening. The track has a bouncy melody, and as with most compositions on the album, delivers a cinematic presentation of musicality. The video for Automated Alice is equally charming and provides a strong visual to the overtones that DVEC has created. Everybody’s Talking, Nobody’s Listening by DVEC is a multi-layered masterpiece and an academic lesson in music recording.


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