In the decade before his 2009 debut album, Australian singer/songwriter Darren Sylvester set up himself as an extremely reputed visual artist in his home country and beyond. Located in Melbourne, he’s particularly reputed in the areas of picture taking, video, and sculpture and is constantly on the intertwine these mediums along with his burgeoning music profession. A few of his early video parts involved him executing as David Bowie and Kate Bush and he also continued to create a full-scale reproduction from the Carpenters’ LA backyard backyard for an installment. When he finally focused on his very own musical debut, Sylvester used the same careful work ethic such as his visual function by writing, documenting, and playing every be aware on his self-titled 2009 debut. As indicated with the pop leanings of his artwork, his witty and melodic music drew intensely on affects like T. Rex and Roxy Music. While carrying on to work in a variety of visible mediums, Sylvester gradually documented his follow-up record, Off by Center, that was released in 2013. Even more adroitly stylized than his debut, the record is definitely deeply rooted in the slick, dreamy creation varieties of the middle-’80s, phoning to brain the pop dramatics of Bryan Ferry and New Order. Chasing his personal one-man eyesight, Sylvester again created and performed every instrument within the album, with the help of occasional female support vocals.