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."
when i see you
in my dreams
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/