Onuinu is the solo project of Dorian Duvall, a talented Portlandian guitarist, producer, singer/songwriter. Onuinu produces electronic jams that are so unique, Duvall has coined his own genre: disco-hop. It certainly fits, as you might notice from listening to any of his other dope tracks. He's got just the right amount of funk and synth to make you shake your ass, or maybe just chill out and drive around on a nice day, à la Dorian in his new music video for "Happy Home."
In the brand spankin' new video for the feel-good dance hit, Dorian gets creative with some intergalactic aluminum foil. The upbeat, electro-poppiness of the track, which may or may not be about a booty call, will have you wishing you were getting weird in some afterhours club, rather than whatever the hell it is you do during the daylight hours.
Onuinu's new album Mirror Gazer, co-produced by Jeremy Sherrer (of The Gossip, Dandy Warhols, and Hockey), is out September 11th on Bladen County Records/Bad Cop Bad Cop. Catch him on his summer tour with Tycho:
Sat. 07-14-12 New York NY Webster Hall
Mon.7-16 -12 Pittsburgh PA - Rex Theater
Tue. 7/17 -12 Columbus, OH - Ace of Cups
Wed.7/18-12 Milwaukee, WI - Turner Hall Ballroom
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