‚Clean up your attitude, then clean up the ways of the world‘ The song ‚Take Out The Trash‘ is the second single from the upcoming SLADEK EP “Fabricated Reality”. In terms of content, it is devoted to shedding social and individual vices, and the disposal of garbage that is carried through generations and burdens life. Dense percussion grooves meet live piano in sample style. Rhythmic guitar elements and the bass area are used sparingly. Rounded off by modern production techniques, a new facet of the band sound is illuminated.

„Truth is found between right and wrong“. Heaven is the first single from the upcoming SLADEK EP „Fabricated Reality“. ‚Heaven‘ is reflecting the effects that one’s own thoughts and actions can have on themselves and others. The main aim is to find a personal safe space for self-reflection. Busy drums and thick synth basses roll out the carpet for expressive vocals and guitar hooks. Wrapped in spherical sounds, the song sets the scene for the thematic discussion of truth, opinions, self-care and responsibility: „Let love lead the way out of ignorance“.

In summer 2020 we were offered to be part of a great online music event hosted by Austrian Cultural Forum Cairo. Soon we were connected to the amazing Egyptian singer Dina El Wedidi. Within a very limited timeframe we managed to write, produce and record a song together, without ever meeting face to face. A very warm-hearted and inspired process of making music together over the internet resulted in our new singe ‚Keep On‘. To celebrate and premiere our work the Austrian Cultural Forum Cairo held an online-concert that had Dina and her Band and a duo version of us perform song by song. 

Daydreamin’ offers a variety between seemingly carefree pop songs and sophisticated neo-soul productions with plenty of room for interpretation.
Hip-Hop beats collide with multifarious guitar sounds and emotional electronic ballads meet uncompromising drum grooves.

The band presents its own sound while steadily remaining 100% authentic und original. The sensitive yet reckless guitar playing in combination with phat bass lines and fresh drum grooves, creates their personal sound.

Lastly, absolute uniqueness is achieved by adding the voice of the lead singer, who sings both emotionally and energetically about the ups and downs in life.

A prime example of this is the album’s fist single ‚Get Over’ – a constricting ballad about the painful feeling of addiction and the process of overcoming it. In the respective music video the message is underlined and transported to a different level by dancer Rima Baransi, who in 2016 gained massive online recognition from millions of viewers for a viral dance performance on the streets of Italy. Besides international appreciation, Rima’s dancing also lets critical voices and conservative mindsets speak out loud. Through her pure and emotional art of dancing she is setting an example for self-determination and freedom.

Therefore ‚Get Over‘ outlines what ‘Daydreamin’ comes down to: space for interpretation and artistic freedom between Pop, Neo-Soul and every other influential aspect of life.