Roy Werner – “Music For Five Dreams (with Cole Pulice)”


Roy Werner’s far from his debut on Imagine My Surprise, but after year’s of working under G.S. Sultan, the record marks his first work under his given name and a break from the shadow of his early works. After outings on Orange Milk, Umor Rex, and Phinery Tapes, Werner moves to celebrated experimental pop outfit Moon Glyph for Imagine My Surprise, bringing along a few friends and collaborators as well, another first for Werner. The record finds Roy’s languid, limber electronics wrapped around contributions from Andy Applegate, Patrick Shiroishi, Les Halles, and Cole Pulice. The latter appears on “Music For Five Dreams,” and I remain, as always, a sucker for Pulice’s pillow-down delivery. The soft burble of synths work along with a bumpy road cart rhythm, letting Cole’s sax lines drape in a delightful haze around them. The new album arrives November 17th from Moon Glyph.

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