Beneath the name Gossamer, Los Angeles-based maker Evan Reiner creates intricate, atmospheric electronic music and experimental hip-hop, often marked by ghostly voices and obsessively recorded found sounds and acoustic instruments. Much like artists associated with L.A. music collectives like WeDidIt and Brainfeeder, Gossamer gravitates toward fractured, bass-heavy downtempo beats, but sometimes produces even more uptempo, abstract techno/home tracks. Reiner was raised in LA with origins in hardcore and metallic aswell as N.Con.C. hip-hop, and started practicing jazz acoustic guitar as an adolescent. After their studies at Boston’s exclusive Berklee College of Music, he found out digital music and started capturing noises and organizing them on his pc. Gossamer’s self-titled debut, a short four-track EP of murky downtempo beats, found its way to 2012 via the Melt. This is followed a 12 months later on by 12″ solitary “Chaino”/”Ab-Mass” (released by Jass), a far more house-leaning record which presented a remix by Period Wharp. Once this is released, Reiner started focusing on his debut full-length, touring in the united states as well as to Japan and discover unusual noises. Automaton finally surfaced in 2015 on Innovative Amusement, home from the likewise minded Nosaj Thing.