M. Rösner is a sound artist from rural Western Australia. Secluded isolation has allowed Rösner to pursue an organic take on electronic music, using acoustic instruments and field recordings as the sound source in the majority of his works. Yet Rösner is still firmly entrenched in the technological age, his work as an industrial designer allows the influence of architecture, physics and modernism to creep into his sound world. M.Rösner has released records on room40, Apestaartje, 12x50 and Meupe, alongside various compilation releases on Australian and International labels.
In the live arena, M.Rösner has played across Australia supporting Taylor Deupree, Sebastien Roux, Leafcutter John, Greg Davis, Triosk, Pimmon, Tony Buck, Pita, Dave Miller, Lawrence English, ii, Tujiko Noriko, Inch-time, sanso-xtro, DJ Olive and IO/3.
From 2002 to 2005 Rösner performed under the Pablo Dali moniker. The Pablo Dali project was more beat oriented, yet retained the organic focus. At the end of 2005 Rösner decided to concentrate on producing more abstract works, abandoning beats in preference to a more experimental approach to composition.