Warning Light has been the collected musical journey of Drew Haddon these past ten years. From early lo-fi noise to panoramic ambient synthesizer pieces, Warning Light has evolved throughout dozens of cassettes and CDrs. Along the way, Haddon founded the DIY noise label Sleepaway Recordings and his more recent PersistentMidnight cassette label, while playing in Atlanta mutantdisco quartet Roman Photos and minimal synth project High Marks.
His current output finds Haddon working with more danceable rhythms and effected synth textures, loops of krautrock-like mantras and psychedelic post punk synthwork. Oftenchance offers a journey through sunny streaming fields and past the farthest wind swept strait, a mixtape of driving head music for epic inner trips. Haddon refers to the new sound as "nostalgic coffee kosmiche," knowing that isn't quite related to genre so much as it is providence.
Oftenchance was recorded and mixed by Haddon largely at a lake cabin over several months in North Georgia, and mastered by Matt Weiner of DKA Records.