A multifaceted artist mixing sound and eyesight aswell as cultural encounters, Roberto Carlos Lange spent some time working with various collaborators and under many monikers, including Helado Negro and Epstein. Created in South Florida in 1980 to Ecuadorian parents, he was raised hearing Miami bass and electro music while surviving in a Caribbean community. Lange’s globe became a lot more eclectic when he researched computer artwork and computer animation at Georgia’s Savannah University of Artwork and Style, where he also started producing music in earnest after learning sound style and audio applications in his classes. Lange produced his saving debut in the first 2000s, when he released music as Epstein, as Growth & Parrots, and within the post-rock duo ROM with drummer Matt Crum. The eponymous recording ROM (2005) on Wimm Recordings gathers recordings dating back again to 2000. He was most prolific as Epstein, liberating the full-length albums Puñal (2004), Gente Sin Pueblo (2005), Canto de Hermanos (2007), and Otros (2008); the former two for the label Botanica del Jibaro, the second option two on Arepaz. As Growth & Parrots, he released the recording Camino de Manos Chuecas (2005) on Arepaz. After shifting to Brooklyn in 2006, Lange started dealing with Guillermo Scott Herren, making co-production credits for the Prefuse 73 produces The Course of 73 Bells (2007) and Everything She Handled Changed Ampexian (2009) on Warp Information, in addition to the Savath + Savalas recording La Llama (2009) and the next year’s The Predicate: Dub Edition on Stones Toss. In the wake of the high-profile collaborations, Lange produced his record debut as Helado Negro with Awe Owe (2009) on Asthmatic Kitty, which also highlighted highlighted Herren, Crum (also of Feathers), Jon Philpot (the frontman of Keep in Heaven), among others. That calendar year, he also released Music for Storage, a level of Asthmatic Kitty’s collection music series, under his very own name. In 2011, along with launching Helado Negro’s second record, Canta Lechuza (“Owl Performing”), he made an appearance on Prefuse 73’s The Just She Chapters. In 2012, Lange collaborated with Julianna Barwick as OMBRE, launching the record Believe You Me, and added vocals to Sinkane’s record Mars. Along with finding a 2015 Joyce Prize that allowed him to create music from Helado Negro’s Isle Universe Tale cassette series to St. Paul, Minnesota’s Ordway Concert Hall as Isle Universe Tale: Selected Functions, that calendar year he made an appearance on Certain Creatures’ Vipassana and released Plural People, a assortment of Lange’s soundscapes from 1999 to 2011, and Feasible Mountain, a couple of ROM recordings from 2005. Helado Negro’s afterwards result included 2014’s nostalgic Increase Youngsters and 2016’s Personal Energy, which shown on the designs of Latin satisfaction and cultural understanding. Lange came back to his provided name for 2017’s Cutups, a assortment of tracks created from previously empty noises on his hard disk drive.