"Viewed from a safe distance, the surfaces of Drawn Dead can appear almost lifelessly monolithic and static, but upon closer investigation one can see that these tracks actually teem with movement and action. Over the course of the album's first two tracks, mud-caked walls of feedback and crackling distortion build, then collapse, then build again, while unsettling echoes, pauses, and stereo-panning techniques ensure perpetual listener disorientation. And just as you're beginning to get a feel for this murky new habitat, the 11-minute third track enters, raining shrieks of industrial detritus and disembodied spectral cries over the sickly, low-lying amplifier growls, before the brief finale sets everything spinning off in the undertow of its dark tide. It's an impressive performance in its own right, but when taken in conjunction with Constantly Terrified it signals that Hair Police are open for engagement with any mutated extremity of noise that crosses their collective snares, making their future possible directions seem virtually limitless." -- Matthew Murphy, Pitchfork
Muzzy, warped and unpredictable, 'Songs About Jason' presumably is Dilloway's tribute to his 'Grapes & Snakes' cohort Jason Lescalleet – whose -disc 'Songs About Nothing' vied with Dilloway's 2-disc 'Modern Jester' for Best of 2012. Steve Smith
Dilloway's textures scratch the itches I didn't even know I had, realigning my own anxieties within a larger context. Come for the gruesome textures, stay for the brilliant polyrhythms.
Ominous, playful, surreal, genius. pulan