Introducing Christopher Dallman who started out an acoustic singer-songwriter and evolved into an electronic indie pop artist. Brand new single ‘So High’ is his new single and judging by the quality of this song, the bar has been set very high as the Christopher keeps on with his mission to consistently achieve his personal best with the music he produces. ‘So High’ resonates with many fans, which is why we decided to catch up with Christopher Dallman for an exclusive interview on The National Post.
What inspired you to get into music?
I’m an introvert and need to be constantly creative to thrive, so I’m always working on various projects and music is one of them. What I like about music is that I can write it, record it, and release it all online and still kind of hide behind it. I also quit drinking booze nearly 2 years ago and my entire creative flow and happiness have seen a big upswing. That narrative needed to be documented in my life.
How would you describe your music?
Oddly, for the first 15 years of my career I was a folky singer-songwriter. I played the acoustic guitar and traveled around doing small gigs and house concerts. I quit music 6 years ago and when I went alcohol-free 2 years ago I was reborn as an indie electropop artist.
What would you say is your recording and song writing style?
Recording and songwriting happen at the same time. I record at home so I sit at my laptop in my studio room and the writing just flows. I’ve written about 35 songs and 13 of them are on my upcoming album, I don’t judge myself as a I write and record because things can truly transform with a single new choice, so I always follow through even if I’m not SURE of the direction. Most of my vocals are the first take.
Where would you like to see your music career in 5 years time?
I would love to write music for TV and Film. Any Music Supervisors out there?! I see myself making an album every year or so. I will stay in my city of Milwaukee, Wisconsin because I love it and love the music vibe here.
Where can music fans listen your music?
On my website: https://www.cdallman.com or on any streaming service. Here is my Spotify link: https://open.spotify.com/artist/1GzD076bffWyydIotguWxa?si=V4mEZQKoQ3WwuhAhfAPPxA
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