Released by Stickfigure Records in 2010. Here's what some reviewers have said:
"It is hard to describe why this CD is so appealing, because its merits seem deeply ingrained within its structure. Maybe it is because Haddon’s personality seems to come through from within the music, and the recordings seem made with an end goal of personal satisfaction rather than commercial aims, which always will make a release compelling. There is also a genuine feeling of nostalgia within the work that is not weighed down by a too-strong sense of sentimentality. Above these things, however, “Further On” is a good-natured project and a pleasure to listen to." - Jordan Anderson, Foxydigitalis.com
"Further On is chiller than chill, mostly made up of tonal washes, but they are very well composed for such ambient music." - Davy Minor, Ohmpark.com
"Despite the ominous implications of the name, and a flourish of darker textures and aural intonations sprouting up here and there, Warning Lights' latest offering, Further On, is a tranquil listening experience. Drew Haddon's follow-up to '07s Eternity Drones embraces the guerilla approach to loud, lo-fi and open-ended drone music that was once stifled by the academic imperialism of Karlheinz Stockhausen, Lamonte Young and the likes. What makes songs like "Infinite Stepstones," "Northern's Requiem" and "Sea Rations" glow are their instinctual tendencies. As each number blends into the next, there are no complex number systems guiding their long, mesmerizing washes of synthesizer space. Nor is there anything that resembles composition at work here. Rather, it's reflexive music that builds on atmosphere and drives itself as it goes, drawing strength from being heady but not brainy, breezy but never hollow. (Stickfigure) 4 out of 5 stars." Chad Radford / Creative Loafing.
"All synth-based drones. Like a doomier and less momentous Fuck Buttons. I dig this a lot!" - KUCI Radio.
"Further On, the debut from Warning Light, is a fusion of ambient, lo-fi and drone. Long notes, stretched out over the course of the song gives a mellow, cerebral sound. There are hints of Tangerine Dream’s early ambient sound as well. The album seems to build and get better as it progresses along. This is an exceptional minimalist album to chill out to and drift away into the ether." – WRUV Reviews.
released 26 January 2010
D Haddon- synthesizer, effects, tapes, engineering. Travis Thatcher- mastering. Jon Lukens- album art and layout.