About

Jeramiah Ross

Jeramiah Ross (August 2020)

Born in Palmerston North in 1978 Jeramiah began playing the Piano at a very young age then moved into teaching himself the Acoustic and Electric Guitar and most things that make noise. He Spent his teens writing 100’s of songs and recording via multi-tracking on 4 track tape recorders and early computers such as the Amiga 500 with it’s Octamed tracker software. He then became the Production engineer at Radio Control 99.4FM after being taught by Creative Sounds Society (The Stomach) in Palmerston North Jeramiah created Module in 2003 as a solo side project after performing in many local bands such as _sense with Hayden Sinclair and worked with local folk songwriter Steve Asplin and many others but Module quickly took on a life on it’s own and became Jeramiah’s main focus.

Jeramiah Ross’s debut album Remarkable Engines released through LOOP Recordings achieved national success, becoming a landmark in New Zealand Electronica and Classical Music. His music was used on the “Love Affair in Wellington Campian” He joined Fly My Pretties performing his classical compositions “Oh Fair Moonlight & Rain” for sell-out shows around all major theaters and halls. From there, he worked on video game soundtracks with the innovative game ‘Shatter’ which achieved huge international success on the PlayStation network and with many calling it one of the best video game soundtracks of our generation. His follow-up album ‘Imagineering’, which is ambient electronica took his career to new heights by mixing live instrumentation with technology. He followed this up with ‘Love In The Digital’, mixing Electronic & Digital Rock genres. He has worked with many creative companies such as Weta Workshop, RESN and PIKPOK on many interactive projects that had major success in the video game/digital markets as well as providing sound design & music for short films one of which won International awards and 600,000+ views online via DUST YouTube Channel and over 2 million on Facebook.

He has also worked with a lot of really amazing creative musicians in New Zealand and played keyboards for Rhombus & The Black Seeds Performed & Worked with NZ electronica greats Pitch Black. Toured with composer Rhian Sheehan to Australia and Spain.Created music with Paul Mclaney and Collaborated on many projects with leading digital artist Matt Pitt.

Performing as Module again with Liz Kirkman (Vocals) & Duncan McCann (Guitars, Keyboards, Vocals) for the release of the 3 -part album INFINITY FOREVER – Time, Space, Love which is a concept album a Live Augmented Reality show. It is currently being toured with singles being released through LOOP Recordings around New Zealand and Online for the release of “Part 1 – Time” with Part 2 – Space and Part 3 – Love currently in production. Along with various collaborations.

Jeramiah is a Mixed Media Artist and has a strong interest in Synthesizers, Microcomputers, Software, Design, Programming/Coding and Interactive Audio while mixing it all with Classical Composition, Songwriting & most kinds of Electronic music production and live performances. Jeramiah is signed with LOOP Recordings http://loop.co.nz and Published through Mushroom Music Publishing https://mushroommusic.com/

Collaborators

Duncan McCann

Duncan is a musician, creative director and event producer who plays guitars, bass and analog synths in the Module live band. He also plays in Wellington based original band, The MacTones. Duncan has been a touring guitarist with Universal Music artists Before Friday and Dean Chandler,  bass guitarist for acclaimed songwriter and two time APRA Silver Scroll winner, Stephen Bell-Booth, and project manager for multiple Tui Music Award winning albums for NZ classical label, Rattle Records. 

Liz Kirkman

Liz Kirkman is an actress, singer and craniosacral therapist. She will be providing vocal-scapes for Module.
Liz’s international singing career began in ’99 Australia with Karl Broadie at the Byron Bay Blues and Roots Festival alongside such greats as Ben Harper, Angelique Kidjo and RL Burnside. She has since sung in Italy, Iceland and Manchester, UK with Matt Ford and the Sandbach School Big Band. A vocalist on multiple albums for Karl Broadie, Steve Asplin, Module, rock work with covers band Nova and a long-time member of 3 piece female trio Avidiva, she has also been part of James Tait-Jamieson’s Sons of Sinatra and staged her own 16-song theatre piece, with 3 piece band, Jezebel of Jazz – Songs and Stories of Anita O’Day at the National Jazz and Nelson Winter Festivals. Musical performances include: Liesl in the Sound of Music, Rosalia in West-Side Story and Sandy in Grease. Stage credits include Rita in Educating Rita, Roxy in Desperate Huttwives directed by Geraldine Brophy, touring NZ as Lady Macbeth, Iago/Desdemona and Cordelia, Goneril, Regan and the Fool in Macbeth, Othello and King Lear. Screen credits include featuring on Shortland Street, Return of the King, Avatar and lead roles in feature films Eternity and Births Deaths and Marriages and in award winning shorts films, Cub, Cleaver, Joel, Emily and playing formidable convict Charlotte Badger in Lisa Reihana’s 3D work, Nomads of the Sea, currently at the Sydney Biennale.