White Magic is the debut full-length album from the Bay Area's Sorcerer (Daniel Judd), who delivers an '80s electro-pop, disco, psychedelia, Krautrock (think Kraftwerk, Can) influenced masterpiece comparable to Lindstrøm, Metro Area, Mudd and Quiet Village. Fusing the mystic moods of dawn mist with the power of riding the perfect pipeline, Sorcerer conjures brimstone from guitars, casts spells with drum machines, spooks out synthesizers, and mesmerizes fragments of sampled sound with his MPC. Influenced by surf music, '80s dance pop, space jazz, Krautrock, disco, dub, and A.M. radio gold, his music presents a tour through a uniquely Californian lifestyle. His sounds inspire memories -- they may not even be your own -- of warm days and feeling free. Ultimately Sorcerer believes that happiness is sometimes just a chord change away. This is music that will bring smiles and finger snaps.