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Prince Ratchet’s "A Storm of Seas" is Drawing Room’s introduction to its Bootleg Series. Limited to one-time vinyl pressings of one hundred copies, the series showcases artists and albums in an adventurously intimate setting. An unlimited digital release is also available for each volume... Choose wisely, and take the journey.
Includes unlimited streaming of A Storm Of Seas
via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
We want to reveal many noir secrets on the man that is Prince Ratchets, but per his request, we will suppress these details. Born from family flesh decades ago, Prince Ratchets began his journey in the sweltering and unforgiving lands of the mosquito belt. Strangled by the heat and the religious practices of his homeland, his body survived cuts, scrapes, and emotional loss in order to find love and solace in playing his blood red Telecaster.
Eventually, he found himself in New York City, where bands were formed, pacts were signed, and collections were presented. During this chapter, nameless forces began to beckon Prince Ratchets to create an element solely on his own. Fervently, Prince Ratchets then searched the unfathomable waters of sound for enlightenment all while painfully navigating through the ocean’s currents of non-salvation and despair. Upon return, "A Storm of Seas" was crafted and recorded to be presented to the many in hope that these tales of travel will bear witness to Prince Ratchet’s journey.
As of now, "A Storm of Seas" is the only proof of Prince Ratchets’ existence available to the public.
A Storm of Seas…
"A Storm of Seas" is the first album from Prince Ratchets. With this LP, Prince Ratchets has created an outer-body experience of the ventricles of the inner-self. Dark, throbbing, and cyclic sounds are the basis for the record’s matter. With instrumentation both recognizable and wholly undecipherable, "As Storm of Seas" is the now soundtrack for the new cinema, and it carries on deep music-as-film traditions initially established by Phillip Oldfield, John Carpenter, and so on. Although intense, "A Storm of Seas" is beautiful ride into the unknown, and for those willing to go into this beyond, it’s absolutely essential.