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Peter Grenader

Peter Grenader
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Peter Grenader has an enduring history in electronic music. Studying composition at CalArts with Morton Subotnick, his work has been performed throughout the USA and Europe -- winning the Virginia Commonwealth EAM Festival and the Periòdic Experimental Music Festival in Barcelona. Past collaborations include Analoglive (with Alessandro Cortini of Nine Inch Nails, Coil/Elizabeth Fraser synthesist Thighpaulsandra, film composer Gary Chang, Chas Smith and Richard Devine), zZyzx Society (with Jill Fraser and featuring Chas Smith, Thighpaulsandra and Tool's Danny Carey) and The Third Ear (with Shiro Fujioka and Doug Lynner). He was featured in the Patch CV Modular Revolution documentary series, Darwin Gross' Art + Music + Technology ep. 208 and Data Cult Audio vol. 0106. Past releases include Secret Life on Coda Recordings, The zZyzx Society on ZSR Records and Patch.CV Two on Organic Records.
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http://petergrenader.wordpress.com
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Miles Richmond & Peter Grenader (with Steve Roach) — POV Miles Richmond & Peter Grenader (with Steve Roach) — POV
(ZSR 5515, 2019, CD / DL)

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