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Eris Drew announces debut album

Nine tracker will be out next month

Eris Drew has confirmed her debut album Quivering In Time for release on October 29.

The double album will come out on T4T LUV NRG, the label she runs with partner Octo Octa. The nine tracks were recorded after Drew moved from her hometown of Chicago to rural New Hampshire and is described as feeling “something like her DJ sets, with stacked layers of vinyl samples and turntable manipulations serving as a fast-moving foundation for hand-played keyboard riffs, walls of percussion and sampled, scratched and strummed guitar tones.”

On each song for the album Eris expresses the anxiety and hope of her present. She wrote, recorded, and mixed the album as she stared into the forest through her studio window, collapsing present and past into future, her memories and body literally quivering in time.



The songs are cast with Eris’s experiences and intentions. The plucky progressive ‘Loving Clav’ is in the form of an evocation (“good times come to me now….”), while the tracks Time to Move Close and Show U Love express Eris’s longing for togetherness. The hardcore Pick ‘Em Up (“…and it might be a different story”) and organ-heavy Ride Free are funky odes to psychedelics, hard dancing and the subjectivity of real lived experience. The twinkling house of Howling Wind and the tempo-shifting bop of Sensation capture the mystery of the forest cabin where Eris spent most of the last 15 months. Two booming hip house dubs round out the album, Baby and Quivering in Time, each an itchy track about hope and personal resilience. As with her prior work, Eris’s approach to music making is unique and genre-dissolving. Ultimately, her special sound is a metaphor for her main message, which is that every person deserves to be themselves.

In the meantime, feat your ears on this Eris Drew/Octo Octa Fabric mix album from November of last year.