Hear a New Mix by Robot Koch and Savannah Jo Lack

The hour-long mix follows the duo's 'Particle Fields' album and explores classical and neoclassical music.
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Last month, Robot Koch returned to the fold with Particle Fields, a collaborative album alongside LA-based composer and violinist Savannah Jo Lack.

Particle Fields was written and recorded earlier this year in Los Angeles, an emotive collection of cuts built off of Koch's intricate soundscapes and Jo Lack's cinematic string arrangements. Focusing on the intersection between the classical and electronic music worlds, Koch and Jo Lack intertwine the rich elements from their respective fields into new sonic territory across the album's eight tracks.

As a follow up to the album, Koch and Jo Lack have crafted a near-hour-long mix that explores the same intersections mentioned above. Titled Time Travel Tape, the mix fuses classical, neoclassical, and electronic music from the past, present, and future (it includes a handful of exclusive remixes that are not out yet).

You can stream Time Travel Tape in full via the player below, with the album available to purchase here.