Drums and Hums. The idea started out as a mixtape I was going to make for a friend. The A side was going to be filled with examples of songs with big-sounding drums from the early 60s, and the B side was going to be a bunch of religious music.
But as it goes when you run your record player through a sampler, I was given the option to repurpose these old songs into a kind of transforming collage. The loops, samples, and sounds roll and fold in on each other like low-hanging fog disturbed by passing cars and pedestrians.
The result is a release where the concept of the “song” gives way to a much larger piece of music resembling a soundtrack for the inevitability of time, where one can hear the slow decay of old sounds which continue to unravel and reveal new meaning to the listener through the ease of repetition.