Resistance is futile, surrender yourself to the atmosphere. Everything will be fine in the end. With Insect Ark, the debutante Dana Schechter, is slowly but surely morphing us into intellectual beings. Earlier, she’s also worked with Bee and Flower and M. Gira’s Angels of Light project. She’s got her base of operations Brooklyn. To be frank, she’s already released a 7¨ titled “Collapsar” on Somerset Records. However, she’s releasing her first EP, titled: “Long Arms” which feature swirly doom-passages, calmly oriented ambient, naive drones, a hint of sludge and noise rock – with a tip on the iceberg dedicated to the jazz-induced hallucinations that simply wants to shape you up. Experimental is the codeword, avant-garde is the common denominator. You’ll be indicted into the world of Insect Ark after you’ve listened to the EP, she will never let you go once you’re hooked on this wonderfully eclectic music. The EP itself can be bought for 11 USD over at bandcamp and you can listen through it down below. See you at the opened gates down below.