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The Drowning Process

The Drowning Process

The Drowning Process


The Drowning Process is an experimental electronica / Alternative Rock band from Hampshire and Birmingham, UK, Consisting of Adam Pollard (Programming, Production, Some Instruments) and Matthew Stone (Vocals, Guitars and some other instruments). Their official Bio States: "We are two people who've been making music together for a long time. Our first recordings together, as Suicidal Pencil Case, were experimental tape-collages consisting of back-masked talking Read more on Last.fm
The Drowning Process is an experimental electronica / Alternative Rock band from Hampshire and Birmingham, UK, Consisting of Adam Pollard (Programming, Production, Some Instruments) and Matthew Stone (Vocals, Guitars and some other instruments). Their official Bio States: "We are two people who've been making music together for a long time. Our first recordings together, as Suicidal Pencil Case, were experimental tape-collages consisting of back-masked talking, extreme frequencies and massively time-altered samples, unwittingly owing to Nurse With Wound, Steve Reich, at al. This band is a project in taking all the things we've learned from our experimental backgrounds, and applying them to relatively pop-oriented arrangements. We formed in 2008 and have been working on our debut album ever since. The album, titled 'Apocalypse Weather' is slated for release in August 2011. More details will be released in the coming months. "I don't listen to the radio, but if I did, I'd want it to sound like this..." Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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