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Canonic: Scott Solter Plays Pattern is Movement

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• 12-song compact disc
• Artwork: Sedaqa

For Canonic, Pattern is Movement handed over everything about themselves to a man named Scott Solter. He recorded their last record,
Stowaway, in 2005 at San Francisco studios Tiny Telephone (John Vanderslice’s place) and his own 15th St. Scott has worked as an engineer and producer with the likes of Vanderslice, Spoon, the Mountain Goats, Two Gallants, and Tarentel. He’s also got a few records by his own name: The Brief Light (Manifold) and this year’s One River (on Tell-All) which we highly recommend. Just last year he also put his stamp on John Vanderslice’s Cellar Door with remix album MGM Endings.

Early this year Scott picked up and moved to North Carolina, bringing Pattern Is Movement’s Stowaway tapes with him. At his new studio, Baucom Road, with grease, razor, and tape in hand, Scott conjured up something completely new. Running with Pattern Is Movement’s insistent rhythms and vocal experimentation, he has created an all-analog album of songs that would make King Tubby and Scientist proud. These songs boom and shake and crackle and hiss and revalidate the art of the remix.

We present to you......Canonic.

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released October 26, 2012

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Pattern is Movement Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Founded in Philadelphia by Andrew Thiboldeaux and Christopher Ward, Pattern Is Movement and its twelve+ year history map a vast territory of internal exploration and external output -- including four albums and multiple singles. With Thiboldeaux on Rhodes, synth, bass, and vocals, and Ward on drums, they've toured extensively, joining bands like St. Vincent, The Roots, and Shudder to Think. ... more

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