Monday, January 06, 2014
The Skinny reviews the Patterns' album.
McAuley and Radford met studying Philosophy, and wrote their dissertations on the existentialist Martin Heidegger. Though Waking Lines isn’t specifically about that or other philosophical theory, its broad themes of consciousness, late-night hallucinations and altered states does, as McAuley admits, “fit into the psychedelic music canon, and theories around identity and memory are all part of that... They’ve informed our choice to be non-linear and indirect lyrically as well as what we’re doing regards mood.”
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