No Compass: Solter Resets Friedlander

by Scott Solter

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Producer Scott Solter and cellist Erik Friedlander (Skipstone Records) team up to bring you No Compass, an EP of five tracks from Erik Friedlander’s 2008 “Broken Arm Trio” CD completely reinvented by Solter. In his hands the acoustic cello, bass and drums trio tracks have become vertigo-inducing panoramas -- kaleidoscopic recompositions. 5 striking examples of Solter’s fearless studio craft.

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released 16 October 2012

1. Full Chroma (2:23)
2. Columbarium (5:33)
3. Assault by St. Wolfli (2:10)
4. Drifting Pyre, No Moon (3:00)
5. Steppe Dub (3:02)

Produced by Scott Solter & Erik Friedlander
Original Music by Erik Friedlander (Arconomics, ASCAP)
Remixes by Scott Solter (Black Background, ASCAP)
Mastered by Steve Berson at Total Sonic Media
Original Artwork “Exodus/Ascent” by Rohner Segnitz
Design by Vanessa No Heart
Original Recordings: Pearls, Cake, Ink, Jim Zipper, Knife Points
From the “Broken Arm Trio” CD (SkipStone003, 2008)
Personnel: Erik Friedlander, cello; Michael Sarin, drums; Trevor Dunn, bass.

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Erik Friedlander New York, New York

Cellist Erik Friedlander is a composer, an improviser, and a veteran of NYC's Downtown scene. Friedlander started studying music at at age 5 with guitar and then at age 8, cello lessons. Hiss father, a photographer and an avid music lover, made countless mixtapes. Erik's desire to actively participate in the swirl of music styles he grew accustom to hearing led him to find new ways to play the ... more

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