Sam Prekop's boundless imagination is guided by his strong sense of melody.
For more than 25 years, as a solo artist or as part of The Sea and Cake, Prekop
creates a singular sound that is both inventive and warm. New album Comma
takes Pekop's electronic music experiments in a surprising new direction.
Working extensively with beat programming for the first time, Prekop uses
rhythm as a narrative tool, tapping into electronic music's romantic and
emotional qualities. Comma embraces the analogue synthesizer's often
unpredictable nature, imbuing the record with a decidedly organic feel even
while working within the relative rigidity of beat architectures.