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Daedelus returns to Dome of Doom for the release of their latest LP, Simmers Over. Scheduled on limited edition cassette and digital formats August 26, 2022, the 10-track and 34-minute record follows What Wands Won't Break and What Wands Remixed from 2020, and the Holy Water Over Sons LPs from 2021. The music for Simmers Over was composed after the birth of their first child, Clementine, serving as a unique doorway for creative inspiration from the venerated artist, teacher, composer, sound designer, and performer. Clementine features on the album cover. Simmers Over is one of Daedelus' most harmonically and rhythmically complex albums in years, dynamically shifting worlds from one composition to the next. The music was enhanced with the newly created Ableton instrument, Cody's Cello Pan, gifted to Daedelus by Los Angeles-based artist Goodnight Cody for testing and album implementation. Simmers Over will coincide with the release of Cody's Cello Pan to the general public, launching through Ableton on August 26th. Where Daedelus' recent LP, What Wands Won't Break, broke convention from past works, producing tidal waves of energetic power that stripped away the music to it's rawest form, Simmers Over breathes with an abundance of color, modalities, microtonal scales, and overtones. Harmonies and rhythms float gallantly in every direction, defined by the light transmitting from their newfound path into parenthood and the energy exchange between student and teacher with their professor role at Berklee College of Music. Infectious, labyrinth-like music that simmers with the deepest of essences, emanating with an undeniable glow.