Raphael Rotter releases two albums, ‘The World’, and ‘Shoots’.

Originally from South Uist in the Hebrides, the Glasgow-based musician and visual artist recorded both releases over the last few weeks, “amid the horror and chaos in America and the current pandemic we are facing.”

Rotter cites his inspirations as “Concrete, 80s/90s Football, German Music, Auf Wiedersehen Pet, Savoy Centre, Sorley MacLean and Becks Bier.”

Both albums are available to download on a “name your price” basis, with ‘The World‘s eight tracks running to around 22 minutes, while ‘Shoots‘ six tunes have a similar total time.

More at www.facebook.com/Raphael-Rotter-104751484610937.