Definitely not music made for enjoying the summer, but more reminiscing on how isolating and desolate the winter will be – perfect for introspection. Portland, OR musician Drowse follows the leads of other PNW artists like Phil Elverum and Grouper to make a heavy, droning portrait of inner turmoil and wandering. I especially like the violin woven into the soundscape on this track. Definitely not something I’m going to put on repeat right now, but once it starts getting a bit colder you know I’m gonna be jamming this one.
Drowse’s new album Light Mirror is out now via The Flenser. Check out the record HERE.