We are the living sum of our experiences. Sacramento’s DLRN boldly adorns their collected existence like a mod boutique print woven from the portraits of Kehinde Wiley and the sage words of Kurt Vonnegut and Hunter Thompson; the fabric stressed by the sub-sonic producer’s lounge of Low End Theory. Comprised of Sean LaMarr on vocals and Jon Reyes behind the boards, DLRN could be an acronym for Dumb Luck Right Now - for now. Every passing day is an opportunity to improve upon an inventor's luck.
Much like Wiley made a Renaissance from urban life, DLRN are contemporary visionaries balancing cinematic production with the existential crisis of fulfilling a hero’s quest. Soul seekers on the outside of anomic scenes, DLRN envision more for hip hop and strive to guide contemporaries towards a new breaking day.