"Solter's brooding tape treatments recall Angelo Badalamenti's atmospheric soundscapes... background music for those precious early morning hours where that first hot cup of coffee affords you that visceral pleasure that cannot be conveyed by simple words and thoughts." - Tiny Mix Tapes
In-demand producer and one half of Hidden Shoal's very own Boxharp, Scott Solter also releases solo works under his own name. His debut album, The Brief Light, was released in 2001 through Manifold Records, followed by One River in 2006 through Tell-All. On the album, Solter explores the space between Brian Eno’s seminal Music For Airports and William Basinski’s contemporary classic The Disintegration Loops. The music sighs and aches beautifully, gradually transforming with subtlety and grace, lulling the listener into blissful reverie.