Influences: Brian Eno, Robert Fripp, Steve Reich, Phillip Glass, Loren Nerell, Rychard Cooper, John Adams, John Luther Adams, Fred Frith, Robert Wyatt, Mike Oldfield, Mike Weber, Anton Webern, Alban Berg, Klaus Schulze, Klaus Nomi, Robert Wilson, Robert Anton Wilson, Wilson Phillips, Phillip K Dick.
Sander Roscoe Wolff is a life-long musician. He began making tapes of environmental sounds when he was in elementary school, and began studying studio recording and electronic music in the early 80s, working with Moog modular and Oberheim SEM instruments and early digital synthesis. He is currently one half of the improvisational electronic music duo, Toaster Music, but has performed in a variety of settings including playing bass in rock bands. He's created kinetic sculptures for SoundWalk, and participated in extended multi-hour performance rituals as part of the Hop-Frog Kollectiv. He was also part of Ain Soph Aur (The Limitless Light) with Carl F Off, progressive psychedelic band Blue Dot, the rock trio Quiverfish, and the singer/songwriter outfit, Poor Old Joe. For nearly 8 years, he also served as the Culture Agent columnist for the Long Beach Post.
No songs by this fawmer (yet).