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Invisible Days EP

by Andrew Shapiro


While living in a San Francisco art gallery in 2000, Shapiro began working on his first album, Invisible Days EP (2003) on a Yamaha EX5 Synthesizer. Invisible Days introduced Shapiro to the world as a very cool sound designer of vocal music. Aided by the airy vocals of Keisha Hutchins and Peter Hess's flute, the results are four pieces of sonic precision effortlessly marrying American Minimalism with a New Wave sensibility. Even Richard Serra gets a tribute in song and sound.