Preston Bowman | Toxic Demeanor

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Toxic Demeanor

by Preston Bowman

It’s music in the swirly world of electro pop with hints of punk and alternative style. Its computer pop with a sarcastic grin.
Genre: Pop: with Electronic Production
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1. Hostile Takeover
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2. I Could Lose Myself
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3. Verti-Go
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4. Witch Dr. Drug
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5. Str8Jacket
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6. Luv-a-holics
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7. Crazy Boy
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8. More To Life
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9. Pretty Face
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10. Toxic Demeanor
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Album Notes
It’s music in the swirly world of electro pop with hints of punk and alternative style. Its computer pop with a sarcastic grin. “Toxic Demeanor” is the story of a nerdy guy gone bad and crazy sexy. At times confessional & humorously intentional, it is electro quirkiternative poptronica. He is most often compared with Frankie Goes To Hollywood, Dragonette, Ke$ha and Madonna.

Preston Bowman is an American solo recording artist specializing in electronic dance pop music. After releasing  singles Verti-Go, Hostile Takeover & Crazy Boy on iTunes. “My sound is a cocktail of electric dance music from the heart. I produce and write all of my songs. My job is to make you think, make you dance and make you laugh. Be prepared.”

This album has been a work in progress for about 2 years now and I've encountered just about every stumble and obstacle life could throw at me but it's done! I wanted to create pop music while incorporating some alternative flair, something wild and energetic. I wanted it to be funny and dark with a little sexy in there too. This album has an element of both my past and my future. A few of my older unreleased demos became the building blocks of some brand new songs, while the production is a style I really want to continue and develop in the future. Also incorporating current/recent life situations.

Here are track by track liner notes:

1) Hostile Takeover - Bit crushed, electric banjo, britney inspired good guy gone bad

2) I Could Lose Myself - Whirly synths, vocoder, psychedelic lyrics, getting lost in someone, rewritten/reproduced demo from many moons ago.

3) Verti-Go - Electric banjo, love confusion dance anthem, killer synth in 3rd verse, remix of "Vertigo" from "Roll The Dice"

4) Witch Dr. Drug - My "pseudo-acoustic" song with a tribal feel. About being dependent on "mr.fix it". Originally an electro ballad but wasn't happy with it.

5) Str8Jacket - Synthpop ballad, rock amp voice verse, vocoder chorus, epic trippy. I am most proud of this song.

6) Luv-a-holics - Club song, a "mash up" of a new song and an unreleased song "your guy".

7) Crazy Boy - Crazy funky, "Preston's Anthem" goofy and off the wall guitar driven. Almost scrapped until I came up with the 3rd verse sing/rap section.

8) More To Life - Punk inspired electro song about a "lush" and the lecturing "geeves".

9) Pretty Face - Electro rock song kind of like "verti-go pt2", jaded revenge lyrics. Almost named "Hey Pretty Face".

10) Toxic Demeanor - Circus-like synths low voice transformer, title track was a last minute addition and while it's loved, it set me back a little. Also remixed 2nd part of the song, it's actually a different beat from the first half.


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Emma Dreyer

Eclectic Electric!
On first listen you naturally assume its just a regular electric pop dance album, but I really enjoyed this the more I listened to it. The lyrics are well written and the beats are just amazing! This isn't your typical guy talking about sex and love, this album almost comes off as scorn/comedy, which I think is very different than most pop singers. Preston isn't the new Justin Timberlake, Bieber or Elvis, but he's definitely something new and exciting. All in all this cd is a must have to people who like to dance and people who like good lyrics.