From Analog Sheep
Analog Sheep is the vintage inspired electronica project of Istanbul based composer Guney Ozsan.
Analog Sheep is named after the novel “Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep” by the American writer Philip K. Dick. The novel describes a post-apocalyptic world where it became very hard to distinguish androids from human beings. Analog Sheep is formed to ask the question: "Do Synthesizers Dream of Analog Sheep?"
Analog Sheep is found in 2012 and made its debut with the soundtrack EP of the video game Rad Skater Apocalypse by Murray Lorden from Melbourne, Australia. The Analog Sheep logo is designed by the Turkish video game illustrator Murat Kalkavan.