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Third single of Brain Food Museum Collection hit 5k plays in less than two weeks
“REM & M's” has no percussion other than a shaker  
BETHANY BEACH, DE — The third of 18 new singles hit major music services on Jan 26, 2024. Daniel Vincent of DVous Music heads in a new direction with his large project named the “Brain Food Museum Collection.”

It’s a collection of Downtempo music that is unique. “The goal was to create music that is easy to listen to, and you can make it your own. Whether you are on a drive, entertaining, chilling on the patio, working at home, or need something in the background, I aimed to provide that,” said Daniel Vincent. 

The third song of the collection, “REM &M's” is candy for the brain. Vincent explains, “I didn’t realize there wasn't any true percussion in the piece until I finished mixing it. But it worked, and I felt that I broke some new ground musically.” Weave through the thoughtful melodies and chill vibes.

The Brain Food Museum Collection concept is the first of its kind. Food museums are rare. Morris was watching an episode of Jerry Seinfeld’s “Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee” series, featuring Melissa Villasenor where they visited a food museum. Since there is music called brain food, Daniel put the two together and the result has been amazing and new.
The song can be found on all electronic music services.

About Daniel Vincent and DVous Music
Daniel has been a performer, composer, and producer with over 44 years of professional experience. His formal training was in Jazz and Classical music. He began keyboard lessons at six to help cure his dyslexia. His inspiration comes from artists such as Jean-Michel Jarre, Pat Metheny, Chick Corea, Chaka Khan, Michael Jackson, and Tangerine Dream. His biggest hit thus far was a collaborative tune named “When I Loved You” that features Ashley Toman on vocals.

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Iconix Radio interviews Daniel Vincent of DVous Music and singer/songwriter Ashley Toman
lil Ron invites Daniel of DVous Music to chop it up
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Introducing Daniel Vincent and DVous Music
Daniel Vincent has more than 40 years of award-winning professional experience as a performer, composer, and producer. His formal training was in Classical and Jazz, and he gravitated toward Electronic over the years. He began keyboard lessons at six years of age as a way to help cure his dyslexia.
He is independent, unsigned, and publishes on his private label, DVous Music. With a variety of new music that deviates from the norm and “DV” being Daniel’s initials, it became a natural fit for the name, DVous Music.​​​​​​​
When he was a teenager, a family friend brought tapes of Pat Metheny, Jean-Michel Jarre, Chick Corea, Tangerine Dream, and Manheim Steamroller to his home. That convergence of music was captivating for Vincent. Specifically, the "As Falls Wichita, As Falls Wichita Falls" album by Pat Metheny and Lyle Mays sparked his interest, because it wasn't like any Jazz that he had heard to that point. Then he learned about Michael Jackson, Chaka Khan, Earth, Wind & Fire, Janet Jackson, Prince, and others that brought about his love for dance music.

Contact Info
Daniel Vincent
DVous Music
P: 724-998-7139 E:

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