Ultra-Modern Art
Ultra-Modern Art was used as vehicle to move away from the darker and more moody techno releases under the Scott Edward name, and into the area of more optimistic, electronic sounding experiences. The kind that he first explored on Scott Edward’s own ambient LP "Distant Horizons". This avenue was also inspired by retro computing, video games and particularly the film Tron. And so, these ingredients all came together, to provide yet another stylistic side line.  
Catalogue
Recorded in 1995
Ultra_Modern Art - The Odyssey EP

The Odyssey - EP

Previously un-released
 
Recorded in 1995.
 
Note: Track 2 "Living Freestyle" did appear on a Kudos Distribution Sampler CD 
Track List:
 
1) The Odyssey [AER]
2) Living Freestyle [AER]
3) Brave New World [AER]
4) ED12 [AER]
 
All tracks composed, produced and
performed by Scott E Hodgson.
 
2016 art edit
© 2016 art edit
Ultra_Modern Art - Absolute Before Obsolete 12"

Absolute Before Obsolete - 12"

Previously Released 1995.
 
Reviews:
 
 
 
Track List:
 
1) Thoughts Yet to Unfold [AER]
2) Tell Me What You See [AER]
3) The Day The Angels Came [AER]
 
All tracks composed, produced and
performed by Scott E Hodgson.
 
 2016 art edit
© 2016 art edit
Ultra_Modern Art - On the Other Side of the Screen

On the Other Side of the Screen - EP

Previously un-released
 
Recorded in 1993.
 
Reviews:
 
 
 
Track List:
 
1) Humans Read Machine Code [AER]
2) Errors [AER]
3) On the Other Side of the Screen [AER]
4) In Microcosm [AER]
5) Quantum Jump [AER]
 
All tracks composed, produced and
performed by Scott E Hodgson.
 
 2016 art edit
© 2016 art edit