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PATRICIA WILDE - "dream girl"

MUSIC FARMER 5 - Review by Adam Jones

Dreaming While Awake; Indie's New Luminary

In an era where authenticity often takes a backseat, PATRICIA WILDE emerges as a shining beacon of genuine artistry with her evocative and emotive track, "dream girl."


We are immediately graced with tender strumming of an acoustic guitar, drenched in a nostalgic 80's chorus effect, transporting you to a neon dreamscape. This is soon augmented with whispers of retro synths, painting a canvas reminiscent of moonlit nights and heartbeats. Just as you're lulled into this mesmerizing soundscape, an indie drum groove steps in, leading you deeper into the song's heart. And then, Patricia Wilde's voice graces the melody.


Patricia Wilde's voice, a harmonious blend of sultry jazz and indie rawness, is reminiscent of a delicate dance between rain and earth. It’s akin to the melodic embrace of legends like phoebe bridgers fused with the soulful touches of Norah Jones, yet undeniably Patricia Wilde in its essence. The chords, a passionate tango between jazzy allure and rock strength, encapsulate the tumultuous beauty of love and longing.


"dream girl" is not just music; it's a heartfelt diary entry. Patricia Wilde paints a tale of a fleeting yet profound connection, the euphoria of a serendipitous encounter at a party. It’s an age-old narrative of love's exhilaration, its hesitations, and the luminous joy of newfound connection. The poignant hook, "I wasn't ready for my own dream girl," resonates like a whispered secret between lovers, capturing both regret and hope with exquisite sensitivity.


The sheer brilliance of Patricia Wilde’s self-production in "dream girl" showcases her multifaceted artistry. Clearly crafted with love and finesse in her Philadelphia sanctuary, the song is a magnum opus of dream pop, bedroom pop, and alt-pop seamlessly converging.

 

Patricia Wilde's voice, a harmonious blend of sultry jazz and indie rawness, is reminiscent of a delicate dance between rain and earth. It’s akin to the melodic embrace of legends like phoebe bridgers fused with the soulful touches of Norah Jones, yet undeniably Patricia Wilde in its essence.
 

With influences spanning from indie mavens like Maggie Rogers to the nostalgic rhythms of 90s r&b and alt-rock, Patricia’s "dream girl" is a symphony of eras and emotions. It's a bridge between the past's golden hues and the vibrant palette of the present.


Juggling her professional endeavors in software consulting with her fervent passion for music, Patricia Wilde might describe herself as an amateur. However, in "dream girl", she unveils the heart and soul of a seasoned artist. It’s a melody that’s not just heard but deeply felt.


For those whose hearts have danced to the rhythm of love, who've known the bittersweet tug of memory, or simply cherish the allure of unadulterated music, "dream girl" beckons. In PATRICIA WILDE, the world has not just discovered a musician but a poetic soul weaving melodies of love and life.


Check out "dream girl" by PATRICIA WILDE below!👇







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