Vinyl LP pressing. Robot Koch returns with Sphere, his first solo album since 2015's Hypermoment on Moderat´s Monkeytown Label. The sonic world Koch creates on Sphere is cinematic, dark, visceral and melodic, taking the listener on a trip deep into inner/outer space. In contrast to his previous albums, Koch did not collaborate with vocalists, deciding instead to create a mainly instrumental record, with the exception of Numb and All In Your Mind which both feature Robot Koch's own voice. The album was written and recorded in Koch's Echo Park Studio in LA over the course of a year, making use of his analog synths, guitarpedals, and a regular fix of matcha tea. Sphere is also the soundtrack to Robot Koch's ambitious new live show, which he has been developing in cooperation with the Zeiss Planetarium in Berlin. Together with visual artist Mickael Le Goff, he created a show for an immersive full dome experience with surround sound.