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Featuring four new pieces and one remix, ​circulating ideology​ continues the themes and ideas from the compositions on 18262 DAYS.

"I WALK AMONG THEM - new creations often involve moving out of comfort zones and pushing boundaries. These limits to be broken are not necessarily technical, coming in the form of spaces, people or the general chaos of life.

BETWEEN HOPE AND ASTON - ​An experiment about a place. About a train. About the English countryside. This one used software to process a photographic image into granular synthesizer sounds. The song is both a visualization of a place and an exact sonic moment in time.

CE TO FA -​ Decidedly, some works suggest an inherent philosophy or manifesto to their audience. Ce to FA aims to do the opposite, offering a blank slate, void of any preconceptions, for the listener to imagine their own story.

FPC_HARDROCK ​- A happy accident can be a composer’s best friend, and sometimes just the spark needed to follow an idea through.

THEM WALK AMONG I - ​a remix of​ 'i walk among them​'. If you are making art in public, your primary goal might actually be not getting caught!"

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released October 31, 2019

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figital Hamilton, Ontario

Conceived in 1997, figital is an ongoing art project fusing new & classic sounds & methods which aims to ask: “is this music?” Influenced by Kandinsky, Stockhausen, Satie, Eno, Namlook & other artists who push the boundaries of their disciplines, figital strives to break the traditional assumption that a song is comprised of chords, harmonies, melodies, & lyrics with a clear cut narrative. ... more

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