Beginning as a bedroom recording project in Seattle over the summer of 2007, electronic artist Big Spider’s Back has amassed a growing following in the Northwest music community, along with his newly adopted home in Brooklyn. Combining haunting vocals with swirling layers of lo-fi psychedelia, synthesizers and field recordings, his music alternates between soaring crescendos and dense thickets of electronic ambience. The result is one big, blissed out cacophony. BSB’s 2009 debut EP, “Warped,” garnered praise from critics across the web, and in print. The EP’s title track was awarded “Song of the Day” by Seattle independent radio stalwart KEXP. In addition, the soaring lo-fi anthem “Perfect Machine” received attention from the likes of Pitchfork, The Stranger, The Seattle Times and a plethora of online zines and blogs. Along with his recording projects, Big Spider’s Back has also collaborated with various video artists, lending his music to installations and his own live performances. His debut album, "Memory Man," is out now on Circle Into Square.