Robert Toher is the creative mind behind Public Memory. His music could be called minimal experimentation on the first glance, but after closer observation you see the complexity in the soundscapes that he creates. His latest album Wuthering Drum is a beautiful representation of this complex minimalist, allowing the soundscapes to grow in their environment. It's a beautiful piece of art the grants the listener the ability to transcend themselves into the mind of the creator, exploring every crevice of the ethereal world he has constructed.
EARMILK got the chance to speak with Robert during his time at SXSW. In this interview he discusses his music, pulling from collective unconsciousness, and more. Press play and enjoy!
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