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Hello, Je vous partage l'album sur lequel je travaille en ce moment. Il s'agit de musique pour illustrer des reportages scientifiques. Je fais plein d'essais sonores étranges que j'assemble par la suite. Le jour où j'écris ce post, l'album n'est pas terminé. https://soundcloud.com/yiemerc/sets/scisalpo Si vous voulez m'apporter des conseils, je suis preneur. Merci
I've lately been listening to the excellent '92 audiobook version of Herbert's Dune, and got an urge to re-visit Lynch's adaption. It's interesting how Herbert, unlike most, loved Lynch's film, and re-discovering the book I can see why. The film might lack in coherency for those unfamiliar with the book, but it accomplished one amazing feat: It managed to retain the deeply mystical atmosphere of the book. Something that every other Dune adaption failed to do. Any fans of the film? Great interview with Lynch and Herbert:
Artist: LAB Title: Clean Air Turbulence EP Label: DVSM Records Date: September, 2012 1. Ascendant Stars 2. Clean Air Turbulence 3. Consider Phelbas "You think you're a better man, do ya?" Let me just say that when you are deep frying fish on the stove, this all sounds like one long track. So don't do that, you just can't get a sense of how detailed this thing is. Oh, and one more thing, I can't stress this enough. Always deep fry with a shirt on. Madre de Dios that f*cking oil burns. This is LAB aka Renato Moreira out with a brief 3 track digital only release. Think of it as darkpsy with a heavy sci-fi chip on its shoulder. But lest you write it off as another in the ever growing pile of noise with high bpms, know this. He is friends with Kiriyama. Yeah, that one. So you know this is going to be deep. And man it is. It's very fast with metallic leads and psychedelic atmosphere. The bass lines are super crisp and reign terror over the tracks. Thick sound effects wash over the grey matter in descriptive layers and f*ck me I think I even heard Vin Diesel. The sound is awesomely produced (thank you Colin) and invites you in. My favorite is the title track with so much going on it reminded me of a John Woo fight scene. Like a horror movie on acid it manages to get the blood flowing with some twilight groove. Consider Phelbas is the darkest and perhaps heaviest of the tracks, but even this one hit all the right spots. This was dark and thumping with more science fiction cred than a room full of trekkies. Definitely on the radar now. Also Kiriyama mentioned to me that as a record collector he didn't just want to release tracks with a cover. Would get lost in all the others right? So they made a website to go along with the release. Like a digital exhibition room. Put your pants back on freakshow, not like that. It's more an image per track with a description of what I imagine the artist's vision. Cool idea. Buy Here! Mdk