Jared Dymbort’s Rearrange immediately hits listeners with a soulful, slightly-bouncy take on Ian Curtis or Robert Smith. The track is able to benefit with a number of twists and turns that places listeners in a much different place than they began. While the instrumentation takes a backing spot during Rearrange, the music that is crafted through the inclusion of synth, guitar, bass, and drums is intricate and fulfilling to parse. The dynamic between instrumental and vocal elements changes over time, keeping fans focused on this cut until the song’s last few notes. Jared is able to make a track that works as well in 2019 as it would’ve in 1982. Check out the video for Rearrange.
Jared Dymbort – Rearrange / Bandcamp