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May 15, 2006
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Though often working behind the scenes, New York City violinist/guitarist/composer/producer Hahn Rowe's numerous and wide-ranging projects attest to his skills. Originally a violinist with NYC dream-poppers Hugo Largo, Rowe became a valuable session player in the New York scene. As a musician, he has played on Glenn Branca's Symphony No. 5, and songs by J. G. Thirlwell (as Foetus, Steroid Maximus and Wiseblood), Swans, and Moby. Behind the boards, he engineered recordings for Branca, Thirlwell, David Byrne, and REM.

Rowe is an accomplished electronica artist, writing drum'n'bass as Somatic and DJing in numerous New York nightclubs. He also composes electronic music for other media, including film and dance recitals—the latter via long-standing collaborations with choreographer Meg Stuart (e.g. 'Replacement', 2006).

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