Best Videos of 2020: 2. Dresage

Best Videos of 20202. Dresage – “Who I Am” Dresage exhibits a hint of stubbornness as she embraces the journey to self-discovery on “Who I Am.” The brilliance of Keeley Bumford has been well-documented, and the sheer elegance of this music video leaves me speechless.  Dresage | SnG coverage | order the single | website | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | YouTube | Soundcloud | Bandcamp Continue reading Best Videos of 2020: 2. Dresage

Bubbly New Single From Dresage and G.Smith Is a Feminist Bop

Originally appeared on Grimy Goods.  Can there be too many feminist anthems? Dresage and G.Smith don’t think so; in fact, they recently collaborated on a new one called “Therapy,” which Grimy Goods has the pleasure to premiere today. It is a happy compromise between their production styles, where every bubbling moment holds something bold and new. Drink up the new song’s empowerment.  Read more.  Dresage … Continue reading Bubbly New Single From Dresage and G.Smith Is a Feminist Bop

Shit I Missed Last Year and This Year’s Honorable Mentions Shit I Missed:Dresage – “Renaissance (Live at the Chalet)” My first encounter with this clip was as a submission in my inbox last December. I didn’t secure the premiere, but was able to set up an interview with the artist, Dresage. The article I wrote about our exchange remains my favorite thing I have ever written—in … Continue reading

Dresage Plays the Vengeful Housewife in New Single Originally appeared on Grimy Goods.  It makes sense that one of the freshest up-and-coming pop acts in LA is friends with Carly Rae Jepsen. Keeley Bumford is an LA native and versatile talent currently juggling several projects at once, including her solo act Dresage. Last week, she added to her catalog the unsettling and vengeful new single, … Continue reading

Her Own Imposter: A Conversation with Dresage

Originally appeared on the 405, view archived article here.  “Do you ever feel like you’re just an impersonation of yourself?” Keeley Bumford, an LA-based musician who goes by the moniker Dresage, peers at me over a cup of coffee as I fumble with my phone. We’re discussing the use of visuals in her new project, and I’m trying to show her a music video, though … Continue reading Her Own Imposter: A Conversation with Dresage