Dom Sarfo Brings Spacious Energy with 'Time Will Tell' [EP Review]

Ian Hansen

Indianapolis native, Dom Sarfo, is as versatile as it gets. Not only is he producing for the likes of Fivio Foreign and Kaycyy, he’s also pushing boundaries with his own body of work. His first project of the year, Time Will Tell, is just that, as he experiments with arrangement, melodies, and patterns.

The intro track, “Peace,” captures the project with ethereal vocals, unique drum patterns, hard-hitting bass, and honest lyrics all in one. It sets up for an incredible EP.

“Hills” is the next track, and it showcases who Dom Sarfo is. It’s full of swagger and confidence which encapsulates his style. The track has beautiful vocal chops throughout the melody, distorted kicks, and an adrenaline building bridge that leads to a boisterous drop which is full of energy. He continues with lead single, “Weight,” with Chris LaRocca.

He slows things down with the next two songs of the project with an interlude track, “Foolish,” where he brilliantly uses his vocals to add to the atmosphere of the production. “Lie To Me,” is an R&B inspired track that is very catchy with synthesizers that make you feel like you’re transcending to Jupiter. The final two tracks conclude an already great project. “Pressure” includes a very catchy chorus and “Lines” has arguably his most impressive vocal performance to date. Dom Sarfo is going to be a household name in the near future so check him out before blows up because it’s going to happen.

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