Scientific American Strong For The Future
- Words: Steve Marchese
- Label: Mush
More often than not, electronic music is characterized as the language of machines. Yet for Scientific American (sound designer Andrew Rohrmann), the process by which music is manufactured doesn‘t necessarily determine its character. With a rich history rooted in the Northwest indie rock and the clear influence of touring mates Dabrye and Boom Bip, Rohrmann expertly weaves his varied styles-freely flowing and artfully attenuated-into a singular work of considerably skillful songwriting. And although Strong for the Future is often cloaked by a thin layer of machine-borne crackles and snaps, it should nonetheless be measured by an accessibility that simply transcends genre.
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