Inner Spaces sees Warning Light (D Haddon) return with a new synthesizer based set after Latent Futurists’ guitar/bass focused sound the year previous. Started in Minneapolis but finished during a whirlwind of activity in a temporary studio at the foothills of the Tualatin range, Inner Spaces is the most succinct Warning Light album to date. An album that celebrates the pleasures of living in a small town (“Posti y Acquedotto” and “Galerion Gardens”) and staying home with the pets (“Most Curious of the Cats” and “Pouty Brown Eyes”), Inner Spaces also sees D Haddon employing playful arrangements and dynamic beatwork to populate his cinematic collection of dubby electro sounds.
RIYL : Yellow Magic Orchestra, Tangerine Dream's Thief Soundtrack, David Sylvain's instrumental work
Sole member/multi-instrumentalist D Haddon currently lives and produces music in Forest Grove Oregon after a move last summer from Minneapolis. Haddon has released a series of albums exploring minimalist, loop oriented music over the years under the moniker Warning Light; his more recent work has leaned towards shorter, more dense productions. This past year has seen the release of his co-production work on two Yellow Bulb. albums (on Stickfigure and Industrial Coast respectively), Stranded’s debut album Midnight Sun on Double Phantom, and High Marks’ most recent album Corrosion is the Monument on Phage Tapes.