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Album Review

This promotional EP, issued three months in advance of the full-length album Canonic: Scott Solter Plays Pattern Is Movement, contains three tracks from that remix CD, "Witkin Dub," "You! Glasstone," and "Blanched and Threshed Beats," followed by the corresponding original tracks from Pattern Is Movement's album Stowaway, "Two Voices for Two Sections," "Talk Back to Me," and "Maple." Comparisons of the tracks reveal that engineer Solter has created sound collages from the original tapes that bear little similarity to the songs, resulting in experimental music that may or may not please fans of Pattern Is Movement, depending on how adventurous their tastes are.


Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s

Starting in the 1990s, studio engineer Scott Solter recorded, mixed, and/or produced albums for Actionslacks, Boxharp, the Court & Spark, Crooked Jades, Ester Drang, Extra Glenns, For Stars, Frankenixon, Grain USA, Howard Hello, Lazarus, the Monolith, the Mountain Goats, Okkervil River, Sciflyer, Liam Singer, Spoon, Tarentel, 31Knots, Time Spent Driving, Two Gallants, John Vanderslice, Ral Partha Vogelbacher, and the Jim Yoshii Pile-Up, among others. He made his debut as a solo recording artist with...
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