Module/Jeramiah has released several albums. Remarkable Engines, Dreams for the Sleepless, Pattern Dot Life, Imagineering, Progamma (renamed to Love in the Digital) A Dance Without Moving & INFINITY FOREVER Part 1 – Time (Studio Sessions) Also various singles have been released over the years! Angry little Machine, Electro-chemicals, Everything is Possible, The Corporation along with many remixes and collaborations and featured appearances!
All Module’s music releases can be found for streaming and purchase via
http://module.bandcamp.com or Spotify & other global platforms (Google search)
He has also released albums under the name Immram with Paul Mclaney and Matt Pitt and The Nature of Forces with Steve le Marquand. and The Blush Response ( A virtual band fronted by a robot called TBR1000)
His video game soundtrack for Shatter got a physical release on CD and vinyl along with digital via Sidhe/PikPok and has released several soundtracks for games.
Module/Jeramiah Ross is signed with New Zealand based record label Loop Recordings Aot(ear)oa along with L.A.B, Fly My Pretties, Rhian Sheehan, The Blackseeds and more.
The Best of Module 2003-2022
Wellington-based producer Module makes his return with The Best of Module (2003 – 2022). Across 28 tracks, the release follows the journey from one of NZ’s most acclaimed producers across a long & varied career.
Capturing tracks released across albums including his debut album Remarkable Engines and its follow-up Imagineering, plus soundtrack work for video games, film, TV & a myriad of additional releases, this release shows the electronic-based eclectic sound that has made Module an artist with a voice all his own.
The release moves seamlessly across his broken-beat, downtempo, electro tracks, and features his piano-based and ambient works which have featured throughout his career. Always an artist looking to collaborate, his remix work for contemporary Rhian Sheehan is also featured, plus a previously-unavailable remix of a collaboration between Hollie Smith and Zimbo Trio. A constant content machine, recent singles The Corporation and Electrochemicals are also featured, showing the direction where Module’s work is currently heading. Infomation and streaming links are below via LOOP.
Remarkable Engines (Loop Recordings)
Module’s debut solo album, Remarkable Engines, fuses together broken-beat, electro, 80’s rock and trip-hop styles to create an album that is truly representative of his outstanding musicianship.
Multi-instrumentalist Jeremiah Ross (aka Module) draws on the roots of his classical music theory and live-band experiences to produce an organic style of electronica that is played and not programmed. Remarkable Engines also features the talents of artists Paul McLaney (Gramsci), Rhian Sheehan, Tom Firth and Jess Chambers.
Remarkable Engines also features a bonus piano CD titled ‘Movement’, a collection of piano compositions that portraits Module’s classical music understanding, with a hint of contemporary flavor.
Remarkable Engines is a superb and constantly innovative album. The lush sound affords it one giant tick, but Ross has chops as a composer also. And for those in doubt of the actual musicianship involved over programming, one listen to the accompanying disc, Movement, should solve that debate. Here Ross sets seven beautiful original piano pieces down to rest in their own space; shades of Satie and Philip Glass abound. And there’s pathos as well as shining grace behind each note. – The Package
Get it here: https://www.loop.co.nz/releases/remarkable-engines/
Imagineering (Loop Recordings)
A collection of ultra detailed instrumental sonic photographs taken over a 6 year period. Module takes a Journey out across wide stereo panoramic soundwaves on a musical boat through his Imagination Each track another world, a concept and story. Engineered to perfection to take you away to another time and place.
There are echo’s of Jean Michel Jarre, Cinematic Orchestra, Tomita and Craig Armstrong but ultimately this is Module’s fresh and refreshing take in a much explored genre, At times his skill verges on breath-taking – Tom Cardy Dominion Post – 41/2 stars – Album of the week.
There is a distinct song like structure to many tracks and often a cinematic “ear-worm” quality to the melodic patterns. You will find this absorbing and thoughtful – Lydia Jenkin 3 1/2 stars
”Module’s Latest Album could be Vangelis and Tron’s Imaginary love child, and boy is it a dreamy wee fella, all up, Imagineering is a quality release from one of New Zealand’s Leading electronic artists” **** Darren Maslin – Groove Guide
it’s a timeless lope of ambient ideas and for those that fall under the spell this album will keep you feeling warm and happy for many years to come. Beautiful melodies, intriguing sound-worlds, this is music to bathe in, to relax with, to marvel at. – offthetracks
Composed, Performed & Produced By: Jeramiah Ross Newtown & Lyall Bay Wellington New Zealand. Artwork & Design by: Corie Geerders
Get it here: http://www.loop.co.nz/releases/imagineering/
Love in the Digital 2020 Re-issue (Mushroom/Loop)
A epic sci fi adventure in sound across 20 tracks written, produced and recorded in 3 weeks. This album was a departure from the mostly instrumental electronic sound of Module and introduced vocals and electric guitars and song structures. It tells the story of Module International. The main character in the album is working for “The Corporation” which is doing research into light and sound. Songs and music of other worlds and time and spaces! it was released under the name “Progamma!” but after a while the name “Love in the Digital” seemed more fitting. Matt Pitt & Laura Dubuk did the artwork for it.
get it here: https://module.bandcamp.com/album/love-in-the-digital
A Dance without Moving (Loop/Mushroom)
A Dance without moving is ambient classical music created with 100 percent virtual code based instruments. No physical recording process involved driven off real time performances with a midi keyboard and basic computer…Emotional and resonant.
get it here: https://module.bandcamp.com/album/a-dance-without-moving