Fateless Music - ARTISTS
Dean De Benedictis Dean De Benedictis

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Dean De Benedictis, aka Surface 10, is a Southern California based composer / producer / conceptual artist and electronic music renegade. He melds his interests in a variety of musical styles and concepts ranging from experimental electronica to ambient, IDM (intelligent dance music) to progressive jazz, and beyond, in order to produce a very distinctive sound.
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Fateless Flows Collective Fateless Flows Collective

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The largest experimental electronic music community in Los Angeles, Fateless Flows was founded in 2001 to promote new forms of electronic music on the West Coast. Fateless Flows comprises signed and unsigned artists encompassing a range of musical backgrounds and styles, with the common goal of exploring the interface between technology and music. Members of the collective collaborate to produce groundbreaking compilations and live events.

Fateless Flows began in 2001, when Dean De Benedictis invited artists Constant Flux (Doug Rimerman) and Appogee (Jay Skinner) to play one night of electronic music at Zen Sushi in Los Angeles. The evening was...
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The Strato Ensemble The Strato Ensemble

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In the fall of 2003, Dean De Benedictis (Surface 10) contacted fellow recording artists Giuseppe Patane (Maata Haari), Andrea "Jako" Giacomini (Socadia), and Takeshi Nishimoto (I'm Not A Gun) to start a project that would keep their chops up while at the same time keep their sense of musical roots well practiced. The result was an LA-based, improvisational-jazz ensemble yielding an alternative/progressive sound tenuously compared to that of Tortoise, Pat Metheny, Ozric Tentacles, and ECM jazz artists from the 70's and 80's. Fateless has compiled the ensemble's best jam sessions as a CDR release for 2007 called...
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Fateless Music is a small record label created by Dean De Benedictis (aka Surface 10) in 2001 for the sole purpose of releasing his projects and collaberations that bigger labels would not carry. Fateless Music is not to be confused with The Fateless Flows Collective, this being an electronic-music collective in California that Dean helped to establish in 2002.

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