A laid-back person who loves to sleep and creates laid-back tunes. It could sound simple, but there is much more to this music and its producer than just being unhurried.
This artist has a solid ground under his feet which is, for sure, important for any drowsy person. In this case, a reliable basis for fragile soothing sounds rests on the emotional connection with music from an early age, years of playing practice with various instruments, and understanding the music theory. This happy blend results in dreamy soundscapes glitched out to outer space.
Some people say the sound of Drowzy is relaxed and sleepy and that’s where the origins of the alias come from. In a certain way those people are right. But it must be added that this sound is way more complicated. It is relaxed, but not boring. It is sleepy, but not unconscious. This music is so attentive to details and scrupulous in character, that it feels like its author must be having some kind of a special sensitive built-in sonic microscope.
The author himself compares his creative process to the actions of a baseball hitter: I have a rough idea of what I want to do and where the track is going, but most of the time I am swinging blindly, every now and then hitting a home run.
For those who are not familiar with the mentioned sport, we have another analogy, and it lies in the field of lucid dreaming.
One way or another, Drowzy somehow manages to deliver intriguing compositions which are the real treasures for any attentive listener and thoughtful person. That is to say, for you who has read this text all the way through.
Listen to some music by Drowzy:
Released on 56 Stuff
Daydreaming and Sleepwalking (2020)
Halfway Bitter (2019)
Music for Eukaryotes (2018)