McDowall, Drew: Unnatural Channel

McDowall, Drew SKU: 38904462
McDowall, Drew: Unnatural Channel

McDowall, Drew: Unnatural Channel

McDowall, Drew SKU: 38904462

Format: VINYL LP

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Title: Unnatural Channel
Artist: McDowall, Drew
Label: Dais
Product Type: VINYL LP
UPC: 651402784984
Genre: Rock

Drew McDowall's second full length endeavor for Dais Records is aptly titled "Unnatural Channel," allowing McDowall to allocate offerings to the ghosts of his past using methods not fully understood. Moving forward from the impact left with his first album, "Unnatural Channel" moves McDowall into more uncharted territory. From the opening mark, Drew's distinct fingerprint is evident on the track "Tell Me the Name", his signature ambient ebb and flow to pulsing electronics painted over reverberated percussions that have been pulled apart and spun around the spectrum.Views into McDowall's unconscious are ever-present in "This Is What It's Like", a reflective decent into madness brought on by the anxiety of sleep deprivation. Looping the title mantra, the listener gets caught into the author's own delusion and lost within the auditory hallucination. The two part suite of "Unnatural Channel" subjects us to a torrent of fluttering and panic-stricken electronics, subtle in it's dispatch but powerful in it's impact. Field recordings of the most personal, hypnogogic dream-state, lost within itself until McDowall unveils his unbalanced, sequential patterns of fibrous, metallic waveforms and subsonic bass kicks that hit the air with a powerful strength and coercive force.

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