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Solvent - New Ways: Music from the Documentary I Dream of Wires (2014)

12-02-2014, 14:44
Electronic | FLAC / APE

Solvent - New Ways: Music from the Documentary I Dream of Wires (2014)

Artist: Solvent
Title Of Album: New Ways: Music from the Documentary I Dream of Wires
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Suction Records
Genre: Soundtrack, Electronic, Electro, IDM, Synthpop
Quality: 320 / FLAC
Total Time: 50:15 min
Total Size: 115 / 284 MB


01. Themogene (I Dream of Wires Theme)
02. Transfer Function
03. Quantimations
04. Sender
05. Wow
06. Elephant Generators
07. Burn The Tables
08. Pattern Recognition
09. King Vincent
10. Bucket Brigade
11. LPGs over Hawaii
12. Transfer Function (Reprise)

Suction Records is pleased to announce the release of Solvent's sixth full-length LP, New Ways: Music from the documentary I Dream Of Wires. Solvent is the venerable recording alias of Toronto's Jason Amm, and after more than a decade of releasing music through esteemed labels Ghostly International and Morr Music, New Ways marks the return of Solvent to his own Suction Records label, his first album for the label since 1999. For the past 3 years, Solvent's obsession with synthesizers and electronic music has taken him on a new path, a journey deep into the world of modular synthesizers. Serving as producer, co-writer and interviewer for I Dream Of Wires, a documentary about the history, demise and resurgence of the modular synthesizer, Solvent's Jason Amm has played a pivotal role in creating one of the most talked-about and revered electronic music documentaries in recent years. Currently making the rounds (on DVD/BluRay) is the 4-hour Hardcore Edition cut, with the theatrical cut of I Dream Of Wires set to premiere in the spring.

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