After last year`s hypermoment release on modeselektor`s monkeytown label, Robot Koch returns with a special collaboration album. Particle Fields was written and recorded with LA based composer/violinist Savannah Jo Lack earlier this year in Los Angeles. The album features Koch´s hallmark detailed and organic soundscapes as well as the cinematic, lush string arrangements by Savannah Jo Lack giving the album both an emotional depth and a contemporary production that is highly visual. Koch and Lack wrote the songs together from scratch, instead of superimposing string arrangements over existing electronic compositions, they let both musical worlds grow together organically, which was exciting and creatively challenging for both artists. Particle Fields embraces the stark and rich emotive qualities of both the classical and electronic music worlds, mashing them up to create a new sonic landscape that is both visceral and cinematic. Robot Koch is an award winning producer/composer from Berlin currently living in LA. His unique sound of organic electronic music has been called "Wonderful and Strange - pop music from the future" (John Peel) and has been used on various TV shows and films. He works as a producer and composer for both indie and major artists worldwide and recently relocated to Los Angeles. Koch won the German Music Composers Award 2014 in the category" best composer electronic music". Savannah Jo Lack is an Australian violinist and composer currently based in Los Angeles. Her work as a violinist and arranger can be heard on many studio albums, as well as soundtracks and film scores. The award-winning performer bridges the gaps between technical proficiency and expressiveness.