electrohaze from the pacific northwest

'necromancer' video premiered by impose magazine

"The song “Necromancer” is an example of Darkswoon illustrating the meaning of their name through locomotive rhythms & chords that sound as if strummed by apparitions materializing in the physical realm."  


www.vimeo.com/178147832           www.youtube.com/watch?v=aBY8G8DpEAo&t=5s



when i see you

in my dreams

you pretend

to be alive

and to forgive


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"With wall-of-sound production and numerous vocal harmonies, the track sounds somewhere between My Bloody Valentine and Julianna Barwick..."    Surviving the Golden Age

Read more:  survivingthegoldenage.com/darkswoon-necromancer/

There are those tracks that you listen to and think, “yeah enjoyable but nothing ground-breaking”, and then there are tracks that take hold of your senses and leave you feeling excited by what you’ve just heard…Darkswoon’s ‘Necromancer’ does just that.

Read more: http://www.neverenoughnotes.co.uk/2016/06/make-darkswoons-necromancer-your-track-of-the-week/


"It’s a bit difficult to describe the music of Darkswoon, the project of Portland, Oregon resident Jana Cushman, and that is a compliment. Her dark but ethereal music expands genres and styles, offering some of the most innovative, imaginative, and captivating music being made today." 

Read more:  http://therevue.ca/2016/06/09/the-matinee-june-9th/



by Darkswoon

Recorded with Sean Flora at his Rock N Roll BNB on Sauvie Island, winter 2016.  The sophomore release of Darkswoon's Silhouettes embodies the Pacific Northwest in sound.  Delayed guitar rolls over dark textured beats strung together with synthed out bass, powerful and vulnerable vocal layers tells stories of ghosts, loneliness, cats, grief and sounds like reading love letters to the dead.