Dreamers Delight Releases ‘The Observatory,’ The New Cosmic Album of  Interdimensional Electronic Anthems

January 19, 2024 BY Bailey Vigliaturo

Like bottling a beam of light from the outer reaches of the galaxy, Dreamers Delight—the prolific Denver-based artist and producer Reed Krafft—explores both the profound nature of existence and granular everyday magic in the scope of succinct and sharp interdimensional electronic anthems on his new lush cosmic album, The Observatory, out today. Stitched together as a soundtrack anchored by analog synths, blissful guitars, ethereal keys, and stirring piano, The Observatory is a representation of musical evolution. Krafft reaches for another stratosphere taking listeners on a journey through the lens that humans get to experience from the largest cosmic scale to the quantum, microscopic level.

I’m constantly thinking about how tiny things can be, while zooming out and acknowledging the breadth of the universe. Does the universe keep going? Does it stop somewhere? I’m thinking of the bigger cosmos. We live in this interesting space between. The album goes through different perspectives of the quantum side and the cosmic side. The Observatory was the perfect title. It can be a place where you observe the galaxy, or you could just be about watching what’s around you,” shares Krafft.

The Observatory is available on all digital streaming platforms HERE.


Initially teased with “Quantum,” “Galaxy Eyes,” and “Transmissions From Planet L (feat. MOONZz),” The Observatory showcases intergalactic bangers combined with layered glossy keys above effervescent beats combined with soothing vocal harmonies. Dreamers Delights invites listeners to experience accelerated momentum dropping into a bass-y transmission with a dancefloor-ready bounce punctuated by funky warbling. 

Since 2015, Krafft has created music with both an eye for detail and universal appeal. He has consistently captivated with projects such as the Awake EP [2015], Ethereal Moments [2018], Wandering Souls EP [2019], Atlas EP [2021], and Departure EP [2022]. Of the latter, This Song Is Sick raved, “His music is sonically its own, delivering an experience that’s consistently enjoyable and unique. He has enraptured audiences at as CoachellaElectric ForestLightning In A Bottle, and Camp Bisco in addition to touring with Big GiganticBreak Science, and Inzo. Applauding his live show, 303 Magazine praised how Dreamers Delight “brought fans into their feels and kept them on their toes.  Among many highlights, “Olives” also surpassed 5.7 million Spotify streams, and “The Journey” eclipsed 4.3 million Spotify streams. Throughout 2021 and into 2023, he carefully crafted The Observatory, reflecting opposite ends of his conceptual and sonic spectrum on the album. 

On The Observatory, Reed ends off with, “If you listen to this, I hope you have your own profound and beautiful personal experience,” he leaves off. “I want to encourage you to keep seeing the possibilities of what exists on the small scale and the large scale. It’s been an amazing journey thus far, and I’m excited to keep creating and making music for people.” 



March 2-11 – Costa Rica – Envision Festival Uvita

May 2 – Santa Cruz, CA – Catalyst*

May 5 – San Francisco, CA – The Midway*

May 4 – Los Angeles, CA – Fonda Theatre*

May 5 – San Diego, CA – Music Box*

May 9 – Spokane, WA – Knitting Factory Concert House*

May 10 – Portland, OR – North Warehouse*

May 11 – Seattle, WA – Showbox Sodo*

May 25 – Honolulu, HI – The Republic*

June 8 – Toronto, ON, CA – Axis Club*





Keep On Shining


Tale of the Owl



Galaxy Eyes

Something Better

Transmissions From Planet L

Into You

Light Tunnel


Tokyo Dreams

Feel It