The dreamscape that L.A. based singer/songwriter/producer Alex Isley creates on Dreams in Analog is mesmerizing R&B. A major theme of love weaves itself through the nine track EP released just in time for Indian summer. And yes, if you haven’t put it together by now, Isley is a member of the pantheon of music that is the Isley family. While the characteristic soulful slickness of the Isley Brothers has influenced many artists, with Dreams In Analog it seems Isley was not immune to that influence. She floats in and around her productions with a sultry and confident vocal tone that is genetic perspective of her uncle Ronald’s iconic falsetto. There is no deviation from the Isley’s smooth interpretation of R&B even in the slightly more uptempo "For The Stars". Paris Strothers of King lends her musicianship to the opening track "So Here It Goes" that leads listeners to follow Isley into her dream world filled with the sensations of love and longing. I continually gravitated towards "About Him", a 90s R&B reminiscent ode to a love she has to sing to the heavens about; and the referential "Ross and Rachel", a hip inquisitive track about finding love like TV characters. So subtly lush in melodic delight, Isley takes listeners through her psyche with Dreams In Analog in a groove that is an experience whether your eyes are open or closed.