dominic clark releases doubletunnelvision [or how i accidently invented A.D.D psychedelic music].just a casual 25 tracks.
Words by Ian Hooper
Dominic Clark, predominately known as the spearhead of local band Sonatine, has digitally released a mammoth selection of home recordings. doubletunnelvision [or how I accidently invented A.D.D psychedelic music] captures an horde of low-fi dream pop tracks that ooze through you. From fuzzy panning electrics, primitive percussion, and acoustics that make you feel the grain, this is a collection of downbeat slacker gems and noise rock experiments.
Reminiscent of early Deerhunter and other bands of that sonic ilk this may not all be your flavour, but it does definitely provide enough variety that you will find something to love. With 25 tracks clocking in at over two hours, there are many worse ways to spend your $4.44 and regret your cost per hour and support your local music humans. And how often are you spending $4.44?
Hepplewhite c. 1775
Digital copies available via bandcamp.
And while you are in a digital purchasing mode check out Dom’s first publication of poetry, ‘Death Peace’. Available from lulu.