Eamon Doyle’s ‘A Prowler in the Garden of Irony’ Is Creepy, Untethered Instrumental Rock

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Eamon Doyle’s ‘A Prowler in the Garden of Irony’ is untethered, creepy instrumental rock music. Doyle is a “multi-instrumentalist and producer based in Los Angeles. His music incorporates elements from funk, prog, alternative, and industrial, and has been compared to artists including St. Vincent, Beck, A Perfect Circle, Gorillaz and Nine Inch Nails.” His music music has a fuzzy, crawling nature and notable retro tendencies. The way he works fleeting keys in with his distorted, melodic bass lines is very seventies. Clearly, he’s taken some cues from groups like King Crimson as well as early British heavy metal. This guy has a lot to offer. Check out ‘A Prowler in the Garden of Irony’ below!


Noah Zucker // IG – @zucker.n // Twitter – @zuckern13

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