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Dean de Benedictis (Surface 10)

Dean de Benedictis (Surface 10)
Country
United States
Profile
Dean de Benedictis is an American electronic musician who records under the name Surface 10.
Website
http://deandebenedictis.com
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Releases on file (12)
The Stratos Ensemble — Accident at Clear Lake The Stratos Ensemble — Accident at Clear Lake
(Bandcamp no#, 2017, DL)
Dean de Benedictis — Salvaging the Present Dean de Benedictis — Salvaging the Present
(Spotted Peccary SPM-1702, 2016, CD)
Subversive Element + The Stratos Ensemble — 3 2 14 Subversive Element + The Stratos Ensemble — 3 2 14
(Psychosomatic Records PSY200, 2014, CD)
Dean de Benedictis — A Cambient Variations Dean de Benedictis — A Cambient Variations
(Fateless, 2008, CD)
The Strato Ensemble — Drawn Straws The Strato Ensemble — Drawn Straws
(no#, 2007, CD)
Surface 10 — Surface Tensions Surface 10 — Surface Tensions
(DiN 24, 2006, CD)
Dean de Benedictis — Salvaging the Past Dean de Benedictis — Salvaging the Past
(Spotted Peccary SPM-1701, 2005, CD)
Surface 10 — Borrowed Time 2000 Surface 10 — Borrowed Time 2000
(Space for Music sfmS101069, 2004, CD)
Dean de Benedictis — A Lone Reply Dean de Benedictis — A Lone Reply
(Fateless, 2001, CD)
Surface 10 — In Vitro Tide (AKA Vector Fable) Surface 10 — In Vitro Tide (AKA Vector Fable)
(DiN 8, 2000, CD)
Various Artists — Soundscape Gallery 3 Various Artists — Soundscape Gallery 3
(Lektronik Soundscapes LS-1013, 1999, CD)
Various Artists — A Tribute to the Music and Works of Brian Eno Various Artists — A Tribute to the Music and Works of Brian Eno
(Cleopatra CLP 0016-2, 1997, CD)

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