“I Let You Dance” by Economics from The Wastes
1. Track Review:
Dean Summach, of Economics, released The Wastes on 28 October 2014. “I Let You Dance” is the final track on the LP. The album itself – known as the sole “divorce-themed dance album” – is a journey of transformation. Beginning with “We Didn’t Make It” – a duet of statement-response between Summach and his Ex-Wife – The Wastes takes the listener on an emotional rollercoaster. But not in the way one would expect. Click HERE to read the Interview with Dean Summach, to get the full backstory of what a “divorce-themed dance album” entails. “I Let You Dance” embodies Dean’s new action in life – at this point he is single and ready to explore the dating scene. He says, “I can’t wait to be alone. I can’t wait to see you go. I can’t wait to walk away.” As with Economics other tracks, “I Let You Dance” is upbeat and creative, displaying heavy direction from the music. Various artists and lyricists contributed to The Wastes, but this track was written by Economics – music and lyrics – showing Economics evolved state from the instrumental background.
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2. Album Info:
The Wastes is available for purchase through BandCamp, with a vinyl option. Click HERE to purchase – a portion of your purchase will be donated to Music Heals.
3. Charity Contribution:
Dean lets music work through him, allowing his art to alter his reality. In efforts to share the healing powers of music, Economics donates a portion of the proceeds from The Wastes to Music Heals Charitable Foundation. To support this beneficial charity, click HERE for a redirect.