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benjamin dauer - the pace of which (album preview)

Experimedia with Scup on January 11, 2013 13:44

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    *Excerpts from the album. Now available from Experimedia.net.*  Benjamin Dauer is a Washington DC musician who previously has worked/works with the projects Offsets (with Dominic Dixon of talkingmakesnosense) and The Dwindlers (with poet Michelle Seaman) as well as a solo artist. His releases have come on labels such as Feedback Loop and Distance Recordings as well as being a regular contributor to the Disquiet "Junto" project. He is also an active remixer with remixes done for artists like talkingmakesnosense, Specta Ciera and micromelancolie` (as featured on the Twice Removed Editions "Gravity Boat Editions" release). This release comes in a folded 310 gsm card sleeve in a clear wallet in a numbered edition of 50 copies and is a collection of Ambience laced with Field Recordings that are lush and reveal depth.

    Benjamin Dauer's explorations in The Pace of Which will take you to many places with transformative and lush fabrics of sound—his work blurs the edges of the recognizable with richness beyond expected musical genre norms. I'm looking forward to the further results of his experimentation and play. – Wajobu.com

    Released by: twice removed
    Release/catalogue number: tr028cd

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