Samuel Rohrer - prepared drums, cymbals, percussion.
& moog, mini synth, electronics, detuned zitter, prepared piano, tubes.
"Constructed almost entirely upon electronically-treated recordings of acoustic instrumentation, with a bare minimum of synthesizer voicing, RoR vibrates with a compelling organicism - as if old-growth Black Forest trees had conspired together to make an album of ultra-modern improvisational music. Indeed, the record feels limned with contributions from some ‘other’ intelligence, despite being a clear extension of the fluid, percussion-driven musical technique that Rohrer has exhibited in previous years."
All music composed, recorded and produced by Samuel Rohrer
Mixed by Ingo Krauss at Candy Bomber Studio
except „Lenina" mixed by Tyler Friedman & Samuel Rohrer
Mastering and vinyl cut by Mike Grinser, Manmade Mastering
Layout and graphic design by Ian Anderson, The Designers Republic
supported by 4 fans who also own “Range of Regularity”
Amazing what a determined and talented bloke can do with a keyboard, a microphone, and an instrument that's basically an engine spring.
In the end, these spectral, evocative pieces become trance-inducing drones, with the uncoiling bounce of the mouth harp steadily taking on the hypnotic qualities of a Buddhist chant, or more specifically, of Mongolian throat singing.
Different for sure, but an extremely rewarding and immersive listening experience.