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Jeramiah Ross

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Jeramiah Ross’ alias Module was created in 2003 as a solo recording project. Since then he has branched out to many different areas.

His first album Remarkable Engines was released to acclaim via Loop recordings in 2005. That same year, Jeramiah joined Fly My Pretties, playing sell-out shows throughout New Zealand as part of their Return Of... tour, which was recorded live and released as an album. During this time, Module also toured extensively performing at many major festivals in NZ, Australia and Spain playing hundreds of live shows using an interactive setup with computers and synthesizers.

In 2008 he was approached to create custom music for PS3 game Gripshift - a task which led him down the path of scoring soundtracks and sound design for a range of other video games including the PS3 game Shatter for which he won a range of awards and accolades for.

Throughout this time, Module has pursued other creative ventures and produced Immram Voyage of the Corvus Corrone as well as releasing his lauded sophomore album Imagineering which is compromised of ultra detailed instrumental tracks.

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