is a multi-instrumentalist who, with the help of a few friends and a four-track tape recorder, creates atmospheric soundscapes that bridge traditional world instruments with mellow electronica, time-honored folk song structures with modal and polyrhythmic textures, and old-school analog recording procedures with postmodern composition and sampling techniques."
"Atypical Dimensions" is Andrew's last album, recorded August '08 - March '09 on 4-track analog in Andrew's attic, Seelyville, IN, USA. Again it is very atmospheric music, using a whole range of different instruments, many of them not very common in European or American music (see the collection here). You'll find 18 short soundscapes, most of them under 2 minutes, often rather simple but beautiful collages and compositions, that make for very comfortable, relaxing listening. I hear traces of world music, experimental weird folk as well as krautrock elements and post rock. Quite a fascinating mixture. Recommended!
(And thank you again, Andrew, for sending me a CD copy!)