From the Treetrunk Records' archive.org release page of "Everywhere Drone"--- a review left by "computermusicneix":
(Translation By Google):
Those of us who live in an urban environment are subjected to a multitude of noises coming from machines and, sometimes, from loud human beings. I imagine there will be some study on this, but intuitively, I think there is a greater amount of sustained noise and relatively few dB's than big noises like explosions, ambulances or screaming babies. The latter simply draw more attention. It is not until the air conditioning is turned off or the street is closed down for a market that we realize that there was something more on top of the silence, or what, innocently, we believed silence.
This album by Thomas Park (one of the current drone gurus) is designed to be exhibited in a concrete architectural environment, the Abraxas Art Center, within the "loop30" project. This project seeks to explore the boundary between "muzak" and "ambient", programming interventions that are more sound installations than concerts and that take place within their "listening room", an artistic concept that, from my point of view , Should be more widespread. "Treetrunk Records" is documenting these interventions and they are highly recommended.
The type of "drone" practiced by Thomas in this album, that we would call "industrial", by the texture of its sounds, matches very well with the life of the urbanite. For me it is almost magical to have an album like this on the car radio and not realize until I reach the parking lot and turn off the engine. The drones interact perfectly with a trip by subway, providing us with an always different concert, suggested by its author and extended by the mechanical life.