While Davye Hawk’s otherworldly and anachronistic electronic compositions seemingly cover behind such utilitarian monikers as Weird Tapes, Memory space Tapes, and Memory space Cassette, the onetime frontman for Philly indie rockers Hail Social statements to be not willfully anonymous. When Hawk was still a teenager, his compositions captured the hearing of Scottish ethereal pop music group the Cocteau Twins, even though a planned documenting session never surfaced, he remained greatly influenced with the iconic band’s noises. After starting for famous brands Interpol as an associate of Polyvinyl Information’ Hail Public, he changed his brain to single recordings. Hawk’s enigmatic self-released masterpieces, buoyed by his high-pitched wail, simultaneously depressed and lush, and indie remixes of famous brands the Yeah Yeah Yeahs and Peter Bjorn and John produced him a preferred from the underground blog page picture. His 2009 discharge, Seek Magic, beneath the Storage Tapes name, gained a Best SONGS nod in the tastemakers at Pitchfork Mass media.