Robot Koch, Collaborate On New Single ‘Migratory’

It’s a partnership fuelled by a mutual love for sound design…

Robot Koch, combine on new track ‘Migratory’.

The pair have known each other for some time, with the duo recognising kindred spirits. hails from Wyoming, an electronic artist who has received notable recognition for his analogue-focussed approach. Sampled by Bon Iver and Ethan Gruska, he’s also completed remixes for Para One and The Cinematic Orchestra, amongst others.

In turn, Robot Koch splits his time between LA and Berlin, pursuing his own emotive brand of electronica. Working in tandem, ‘Migratory’ has a profoundly organic feel, its sonorous rise and fall allowing for glorious peaks and plangent lows.

Robot Koch shares: “Tyler and I share a love for sound design, the unsteady beauty of tapes, and deeply textured sounds. It all comes together in this new track we made and after a bunch of ambient releases under my Foam and Sand moniker this is one of the first more beat-driven releases in a while”. adds: “Robert and I have been collaborating in various ways for a number of years, and ‘Migratory’ bears the fruit of our long working relationship. We each bring unique voices to the process. Robert’s production is so dynamic and three dimensional in contrast to my distorted tape and dense tone clusters.”

A wonderfully natural collaboration, you can check out ‘Migratory’ below.

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