Music & Other Drugs has been introduced to indie experimental-electronic artist, d.oh. The musical project known as d.oh was created in 2012 while Daniel Oh, d.oh, was experimenting with music in his bedroom. Hailing from Toronto, Ontario, d.oh kept working on his true passion, music. D.oh’s musical influences are rooted in rock, blues, jazz, and pop; however, his current music is heard more in the electronic genre. Music & Other Drugs received his newest project, A Lukewarm Reception, a 4-track EP from d.oh. A Lukewarm Reception features Macon Hamilton and Adam Noble-Marks on the track “49.” Music & Other Drugs favorite track from the EP is “There Goes My Heart.” The electro-pop track showcases Daniel Oh’s vocals well on top of the electronic produced track. The track will have you singing “There goes my heart,” over and over with d.oh. Other than “There Goes My Heart,” the rest of A Lukewarm Reception, misses the mark for us at Music & Other Drugs. While we applaud the experimentation of the records, the tracks fall flat. With d.oh pushing the experimental sounds even further, the sounds will have an interesting flair that will keep the interest of his listeners. Check out the project, A Lukewarm Reception, for yourself below.