To sum up the brand new Ozark Soundscape record, here's a few words from the man himself, Andrew Robbins (and myself). Enjoy this healthy helping of weird lo-fi rock!
"If you're looking for the newest, hip, fresh, polished, well made, good, actually worth something, cool, not totally boring, indie album of 2014, this album isn't for you. But if you're looking for a lo-fi, amateurish, experimental, eccentric indie album made by a 14 year old, then this should be right up your alley. This album is a big step forward for me, I think; bigger than all the other albums I've made. It certainly isn't my magnum opus masterpiece that will define my work for the ages, but at least it's not like my first. Geez, I just got the chills." - Andrew Robbins of Ozark Soundscape
"Best record you've made so far. Still some potholes here and there, but some of the tracks are easily some of the best I've ever heard from you and I think they're fantastic." - Drew Smith (Theo's Mystic Robot Orchestra, Bad Kids to the Front, You Are Already Dead Records, etc)
Official Ozark Soundscape Abrasiveness Rating:
Two; may be offensive to some listeners
released January 15, 2014
recorded Sept. 2012 - Dec. 2013
Andrew - Guitar, vocals, drums, bass, drum machine, electronics, woodwinds and related, sampling, keyboards, mixing, artwork, and lyrics
Adrian Barry - Drums on "The 12 Month Overdose of Emperor Norton"
Source for artwork; "Saturn Devouring His Son", by Francisco Goya
Thanks to my parents, brother, grandparents, cousins, aunts and uncles, Val, Drew, Scott, a virtually endless list of bands, anyone who takes the time to listen, download, and/or buy this album, and anyone who has ever supported my music and encouraged me to develop and improve my work.