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Heal by Numbers

by Heavenview

Heavenview is the solo electronic project of Emmett Ceglia for fans of IDM, Drum and Bass, Downtempo, Trip Hop (Aphex Twin, Boards of Canada, Squarepusher).
Genre: Electronic: IDM
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1. 17 Scalpels
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2. Love Triangle
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3. Snorting a Rainbow
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4. Heartsick Pension
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5. Delta Wave
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6. A Balanced Complexion, Pt. I
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7. A Balanced Complexion, Pt. II
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8. How to Build a System
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9. Heal by Numbers
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10. Subdued Caesarean
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Heavenview began in Boston apartments in 2011 with nothing more than a laptop and MIDI controller to speak of. It was there, amidst the haze of college and a blossoming fascination with artists such as Aphex Twin and Boards of Canada, that Emmett envisioned the project - a playground of sound and composition of his own designs. It was in 2012 that the seeds of Heal by Numbers were laid in this receptive soil. It's taken six long years of tinkering, revisiting, and revision after revision to bring the record to its final destination, but nonetheless, it is finally here.

"In 2013, I put the record down and the electronics overall once I moved to Brooklyn for a few years to focus on drumming and being in bands. On top of that, I was also dissatisfied with the sound of Heal By Numbers. I had to just become more proficient as a mixer and producer. Compositionally it was there, but the soundcraft hadn’t caught up yet. I couldn’t ever get it quite right, and so I became disconnected from the music and the therapeutic space it held. The initial point of the album was to be this safe world I could build for myself to retreat to when reality was too much or too fucked up. That’s why it’s called what it’s called. Its sound is very much bittersweet and explores that messy emotional space of being torn in multiple directions. Once I couldn’t get that anymore, it had to wait.

It wasn’t really until 2015 ended that these songs started talking again, and I went back in to give them a proper overhaul. I went back in and, measure by measure, combed through it. After that, I felt like the tracks were finally realized. I then tracked down one of Aphex’s mastering engineers, Beau Thomas at Ten Eight Seven Mastering, and had him put on the finishing touch. I thought I was done, but the cover art never came out correctly either. Finally though, my friend, Darragh Dandurand, made that glitch portrait, and it hit me like a ton of bricks. I felt like everything was summed up right there and that this journey was over. And now here we are. Only thing left to do is play it out and give it to the world."

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