Consider it a testament to Martin Dosh’s electronic wizardry that his live show is somehow more impressive than his intricate, layered records. He doesn’t just recreate his complex collages of looped audio; he composes something new on the fly, surrounded by banks of keyboards and samplers. Dosh’s 2008 album Wolves And Wishes, his fourth solo disc, followed his familiar method of building soundscapes through a careful rearrangement of live improvisation with collaborators. The last couple of years saw much of Dosh’s time go into his stellar musical partnership with Andrew Bird, but in 2010 he released Tommy, a tribute to his late friend and sound engineer Tom Cesario. Recently, he’s teamed up with Andrew Broder, formerly of Fog, as part of The Cloak Ox.