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"New Ways Remixed"

by Solvent

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  • Record/Vinyl + Digital Album

    Vinyl in high-quality custom Matte Black disco jacket, with sticker.
    500 copies, with 100 on YELLOW vinyl.

    Includes unlimited streaming of "New Ways Remixed" via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
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    Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality downloads of "New Ways Addendum", "New Ways: music from the documentary I Dream Of Wires" [disc 2], "New Ways Remixed", "New Ways: music from the documentary I Dream Of Wires" [1st pressing], "C for Comfort", "Solvent City", and "RDJCS5-ep". , and , .

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Suction Records is pleased to announce "New Ways Remixed" - four songs from Solvent's soundtrack album for the acclaimed modular synthesizer documentary "I Dream Of Wires," remixed by four artists that were interviewed for the film: Chris Carter, Orphx, Bronze Teeth and Martial Canterel.

Industrial music legend Chris Carter (Throbbing Gristle / Chris & Cosey) turns in a suitably industrial-strength techno monster that wouldn't sound out of place in a set by Perc or AnD. Canadian duo Orphx (Sonic Groove Records) augments their signature dark techno sound, building to an acidic crescendo, while newly minted duo Bronze Teeth (Diagonal Records), featuring ex-Factory Floor member Dominic Butler, continues the acid with biting squelches that pop from abstract clanging percussion. Although widely regarded as the kingpin of the modern minimal synth scene, Martial Canterel (Dais Records / one-half of Xeno & Oaklander) delivers an uncharacteristic slice of brooding electronica, more Artificial Intelligence than Minimal Wave.

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released October 28, 2014

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