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Sidetrack Walker press kit

Reviews and interviews

“The album’s strongest suit must be the arrangements with their delicate balance of piano, guitars, voice and a mostly gentle rhythm section. All of this combines to form a variant of singer-songwriter Art-Rock that is sometimes folky, sometimes influenced by Art-Pop or Alternative Rock. […]
All you’ll need is to establish, or to find within yourself, is the focus and relaxation necessary to properly savour the delicate music on ‘Come What May’ […].” (10/15)

Siggy Zielinsky (Babyblaue Seiten), 04.03.2019. Read the full review (German)

“The tracks […] offer a personal and often moving insight into the psyche of their creator.”
“[T]he album begins with the stark, plaintive notes of ‘Behind the Scenes’; a brooding proggy number loaded with elegant misery. Folky acoustic guitar, sorrowful vocals and sparse piano create a lush soundscape that gets the album off to a promising start.”
“Albums are either good or they aren’t, and this one is definitely the former.”
“It’s a well crafted and interesting album with some clearly very personal lyrics that is challenging and diverse.” (8/10)

Nick Harkins (, 16.02.2019. Read the full review

“I’m not content until I feel I’ve distilled the emotional essence of the initial idea to the best of my abilities, with as few redundancies or imprecisions as possible.“

Interview with Mike Liassides (, 16.02.2019. Read the full interview

“The main asset of Dominik Sonders is to write songs with a strong emotional atmosphere.”
“[T]he tracks we discover are set up like a puzzle where all the pieces fit together remarkably well.”
“We will fall under the haunting charm of the little miracles of ‘Savour’ and ‘Ghost Stories’. Dominik’s main quality is to infuse his compositions with musical structures of impressive effectiveness. The development initiated at the beginning of the melody transforms and blossoms with its abundance of harmonies and superb instrumental parts […].” (4.25/5)

Gabriel Badelier (, 14.02.2019. Read the full review (French)