Roy Moller releases an album,’One Domino’ on Edinburgh-based label Stereogram Recordings. Available as a CD and download, the 11 tunes include current single ‘Street Oblique’.

Recently relocated east to Dunbar, Moller’s fourth solo long-player is described by its creator as his “Edinbralectro record”, namechecking as it does several Edinburgh locations. It follows his 2012 album, ‘The Singing’s Getting Better’.

Formerly with Peel favourites Meth O.D and The Wow Kafe, Moller also plays with Belle and Sebastian’s Stevie Jackson in garage band The Store Keys, who backed The Poets’ George Gallacher on his last single. Previously he worked with Jackson and the Belles, co-writing ‘Seymour Stein’ and ‘Man Of God’.

Next for the singer will be a musical, ‘My Week Beats Your Year’, which is based on his experiences growing up under the influence of Lou Reed, and which will be performed as part of Appletree’s residence at this year’s Edinburgh Fringe.

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