Independent Melbourne producer/multi-instrumentalist/composer Dan Webb has never been content with doing the same thing twice.
His sound has taken a number of left turns over the years; from the keyboard-driven prog-rock of his debut EPs Capitulation (2009) and Hyperspace Clearance (2010), to the soul-infused art pop of his first album Sandstorm (2014), to the politically-charged post-punk psychedelia of Sailing EP (2015) and second album Oedipus the King (2017), to the flowing, instrumental electro-psych-jazz fusion of his third album Exotic Erotic Concoction (2019).
His ever-evolving sound has drawn flattering comparisons from the music press to the likes of David Bowie and Miles Davis.
Over the past five years, he’s been busy rubbing shoulders and conducting interviews with a slew of world-renowned musicians, including Grammy Award winners and Rock and Roll Hall of Famers, in a move which will no doubt inform the direction of his future output.
David Bowie, Deerhoof, Herbie Hancock, Jimi Hendrix, Miles Davis, Toro y Moi, Unknown Mortal Orchestra