Solitary Cell Orchestra’s Miguel Fierro is usually a member from the fertile SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA Bay Region experimental digital community, which includes produced artists such as for example Spacetime Continuum, Heavenly Music Company, Ambient Temple of Creativity, Jon Williams, and Charles Uzzell-Edwards. Employed in all varieties of electronica — from your more straight-ahead golf club equipment of his Zoe Magick function towards the outbound ambient-electro of his Reflective produces as well as the mid-tempo mind music of his 1996 Asphodel debut — Fierro methods each having a focus on tempo, consistency, and atmosphere. The child of the jazz drummer, Fierro was raised list to post-bop and ’70s jazz greats such as for example Herbie Hancock and Kilometers Davis, and started making songs after experimenting having a friend’s low-budget key pad. After tinkering with a few rings (both digital and normally), Fierro went it solo, influenced by his DJ sibling to try his hands at freestyle and home music creation. Fierro released his 1st tracks through Western Coastline dance staple Zoe Magick, along with his “Transmit Liberation” (from your “Liberated EP”) getting an underground traditional and prefiguring the varieties of sluggish, instrumental “trip-hop” later on popularized from the Mo’Wax, Wall structure of Sound, and Glass of Tea brands. Following that, Fierro connected up with Jonah Sharp’s Reflective label, which released his “Angelic Technology” EP in 1994 as well as the full-length sci-fi electro opera, Deceased Vent 7, the next 12 months. His self-titled debut full-length for the Asphodel imprint, released in 1996, came back towards the warm breakbeat design of “Transmit Liberation” (included on the recording), in addition to house and a far more minimal make of environmental ambient. Fierro’s latest work is really a cooperation with Daum Bentley of Freaky Chakra, a full-on electro overdrive documented after a group of live improv gigs which pit both inside a “Vs.” situation.
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|A Journey to Planet Sanity||2013||Documentary performer: "Music for a Found Harmonium" - as Penguin Café Orchestra|
|Cedar Rapids||2011||performer: "Nothing Really Blue" - as Penguin Café Orchestra|
|Buck||2011||Documentary performer: "NUMBERS 1 TO 4", "PRELUDE AND YODEL"|
|Capitalism: A Love Story||2009||Documentary performer: "Music For A Found Harmonium" - as Penguin Café Orchestra|
|(500) Days of Summer||2009||"Perpetuum Mobile"|
|Mary and Max||2009||performer: "Perpetuum Mobile" - as Penguin Café Orchestra / performer: "Prelude and Yodel"|
|Year of the Dog||2007/I||performer: "Steady State" written by nm0420265, "Music for a Found Harmonium" written by nm0420265|
|The Good Girl||2002||performer: "Air" 1984, "Steady State" 1981|
|The Princess and the Warrior||2000||performer: "Nothing Really Blue"|
|Au pays des Juliets||1992||performer: "When in Rome - live", "Broadcasting from Rome"|
|Talk Radio||1988||performer: "Telephone & Rubber Band" - as The Penguin Cafe Orchestra|
|Malcolm||1986||performer: "Music for a Found Harmonium", "Paul's Dance", "Yodel 1", "Telephone and Rubber Band", "The Ecstasy Of Dancing Fleas" - uncredited|
|Mystery Bird||2011||Documentary short music by|
|Stuck to Play||2010||Short musician|
|Au pays des Juliets||1992||musician|
|Mystery Bird||2011||Documentary short|
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