With a weird blend of rock and pop, ORCA sees Gus Dapperton deliver something so... odd.
I've listened to a fair amount of Dapperton in the past, and he hasn't had any lasting impressions on me, nor will he in the future. His bedroom pop songs are so cut-and-dry and predictable that it's boring, but if you tune out everything intricate about his songs, they're enjoyable enough. On ORCA, he tries to grab your attention with overused lyrical and instrumental tropes, which obviously doesn't work. ... read more