The first full-length vinyl outing from Berlin-based musician and visual artist David Roeder. The LP features original and re-worked tracks from his previous self-released tapes as well as new material.
A gateway to the work of this shape-shifting artist whose Pessoan approach presents us with 23 tracks ranging from ensemble pieces, bedroom pop, field recordings, improvisations and electronics. Disparate elements unified by a layered, textural and DIY approach to sound. Indeed, the whole is something besides the parts. Reminds in places of early Smog, Letha Rodman Melchior, Dean Blunt and Peter Jefferies.