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Andrew Heath


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    Ultramarine - Roedelius , Christopher Chaplin ,
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    The Inuit Snow Song - Andrew Heath Remix - 100th Monkey ,
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    Speedwell Blue
<div>A soundscape artist and composer, Andrew Heath creates quiet, ambient, lower-case music based around piano, electronics and field recordings, drawing inspiration from a simple piano motif, an electronic shimmer or a processed found sound.
The work he produces blends piano, electronics and found sounds into a mix that on the surface sounds quite minimal and open, but on closer listening, contains detailed fragments, constantly shifting and changing place.</div><div>
Early collaborations with Felix Jay under the name Aqeuous led to the release of ‘Tall Cloudtrees Falling’ on Hermetic Recordings in 1995. This inspired a partnership with the legendary Hans-Joachim Roedelius with whom they collaborated on ‘Meeting the Magus’ in 1997. A late night performance in an art studio resulted in the ‘Entertaining Angels’ album in 1998, which was followed by their last collection, ‘Vortexia’ in 1999.</div>
<div>In 2014 he released his first solo album, ‘The Silent Cartographer’ on Disco Gecko Recordings. Stephen Iliffe (Roedelius’s biographer) went as far as stating that “if you’re one of the legion of fans hankering after the new Budd, Roedelius or Eno, quit waiting and immerse yourself in this”.</div><div>
Andrew followed this release with ‘Flux’ in 2015, ‘Europa’ in 2016 and 'Soundings' in 2017. He also revisited his previous collaboration with Roedelius to create “After The Magus – to resound” in 2015, and released a recording of a concert they performed together with Christopher Chaplin as ‘Triptych in Blue’.


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