Damon Wild

Cosmic Path

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Damon Wild and David Sumner (aka Function’s) relationship dates back to 1991 at Lord Michael’s Future Shock, Limelight, New York City – when Damon was running EXperimental Records via Northcott Productions. At the time, he first saw something in Dave and added him to Brand X, a record pool run by Moneypenny. But their bond is based around a period 5 years later when Dave had an apartment above Rogue Music at 251 West 30th Street in Midtown, Manhattan. It was during this time Damon developed him as a Synewave artist and released his first EP as Function in the Fall of 1996 – catalog number; SW-24. Falling in and out of touch over the years, across continents, the two have somehow remained on the same cosmic path. So it’s not a coincidence that now Damon has turned to Dave to release his first album in 13 years, during the time he is reissuing that first “Synewave EP” on “Recompiled I/II & II/II” (A-TON LP02/03).
This is where those paths cross again…
21 years later, this Fall, Dave will release “Cosmic Path” on Infrastructure.
The cosmic connection.

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