A déjà view: Multi-instrumentalist Mike Rossetto, nearly lifelong musician, pulls out a photograph of himself at age four. He's smiling meekly before a toy keyboard. "It's the oldest photo of me playing an instrument," he says proudly. Staring at the photo, I can see, somewhere, the 25-year-old Rossetto sitting in front of a spread of higher-tech equipment. The picture leads to other tiny revelations during our conversation, a jumble of stream-of-consciousness exclamations that don't quite make sense but feel appropriate later, especially considered in the context of Rossetto's music. Kind of like a dream that you finally remember when its star appears right in front of you, pouring your coffee or ripping your ticket... More >>>