Pablo Dylan Performs at Pappy and Harriet’s in Pioneertown
Los Angeles born and raised, Pablo Dylan grew up with music at the center of his life. At a young age, he discovered his personal passion for the art and drew inspiration from famous Literary Scholar Edgar Allan Poe and US President/Civil War General Ulysses S. Grant with the ambition of yearning to make his mark on the world just the same.
After releasing his first mixtape, 10 Minutes, as a 15-year-old in 2011, Dylan earned production credits on songs with artists like Erykah Badu, ASAP Rocky, OG Maco, D.R.A.M., and Brent Faiyaz. But with time, he grew disillusioned with the process of creating songs just to please A&Rs and being told to focus on sales projections instead of artistic integrity. So, he took a break from music.
Pablo Dylan took a step back and reevaluated everything. He looked around at the rest of the country and realized “we live in a different America than we lived in when I was writing some of those older songs.” He describes it as “a kind of the defining moment in terms of our country’s
character and its ability to change,” and explains that this is what inspired his forthcoming album. In this new project, Pablo introduces an introspective and luminous folk rock sound inspired by his infamous lineage. Born out of experimentation, the project is layered with dark,
moody sounds, heartfelt melodies, and lyrics about personal experiences.