Disambiguation is the first very album from Megan Mitchell and Cruel Diagonals. With this debut, Mitchell delivers a world-without-day of a record that surrounds the listener with rumbling electronic sounds and tones, inventive vocals, and early origin rhythms that penetrate the astral divine in us all. Stunningly high and gorgeously heavy, the album is in complete sync with the lower earth. Listen, listen again, and repeat. It's best that way.
"Like white magic or virtual reality, Disambiguation, the debut album from Megan Mitchell’s solo ambient-electronic project, is eerie but objective, an intense experience that leaves a deep impression and few answers." - Jonathan Zwicke
“When was the last time an album induces goose bumps within its first 10 seconds? Disambiguation's first track, “Innate Abstraction,” does exactly that, creating the illusion of being swathed in dozens of silk scarves while inside a velvet-lined cave. From that point on, Cruel Diagonals (Bay Area musician, Megan Mitchell) generates a multiplicity of elegant chants and laments to help her express the inexpressible.” – Dave Segal
For its thirty-first entry, Drawing Room is ecstatic to present Disambiguation, the first album from Megan Mitchell and Cruel Diagonals. Disambiguation is dark pleasure of an album that blends electronics and drones, ingenious vocals, and early earth rhythms. Its heaviness is completely hypnotic and forward moving. Lovers of Klara Lewis, Coil, and Broadcast take note. Mastered by Amy Dragon for Telegraph Mastering and pressed on 180-gram vinyl, the deluxe LP comes in a full-colored sleeve accompanied by insert and a 22x22” foldout poster. A digital release is also available.
In addition, as a Bandcamp only exclusive, we are offering both the LP along with another collection of new music from Cruel Diagonals. It's a cassette EP called Pulse of Indignation. The EP is four amazing tracks or post-Disambiguation bliss. Both of these are necessities. For the LP/cassette package, click -->HERE<-- to purchase over at Bandcamp.