Delarosa & Asora, one among the aliases Atlanta maker Scott Herren uses to generate interesting, intelligent experimental-electronics (Prefuse 73 and Savath + Savalas are others), specializes in melodic techno that’s definitely not smooth, but instead suffused using the glitchy control beloved by fellow Schematic mind like Phoenecia and Richard Devine. Herren’s 1st full-length, 1997’s Rest Method Suite, premiered as just Delarosa. A 1999 solitary (“Crush the Sight-Seers”) adopted, and a mixed LP/EP (Agony, Pt. 1 and Backsome EP) made an appearance during a extremely energetic 2000-2001 for Herren, who also released full-lengths as Prefuse 73 and Savath + Savalas. You should definitely recording his personal work, Herren in addition has dabbled in creation for Seely’s Mere seconds and Floraline’s self-titled debut of 1999.