Travel along with Voyager spacecrafts through their planetary expedition spanning over three decades.
A short animated documentary tribute to the NASA Voyager space program by Santiago Menghini.
The film takes a poetic approach to the literal history of the mission by fusing the sounds, images, and archival footage associated with the crafts. The short film serves as a reminder of our accomplishments in space exploration by focusing on what we have managed to achieve through the ambitious Voyager program.
The film also showcases the images and sounds of our solar system through the real photographs and plasma frequencies received by the voyager crafts.
A young cyclist Sam tries hard to make peace with his younger brother Alex who suffers from an unknown illness.
A film by Erin Kim.
A father possum reads his kids a story that’s an alphabet of the most dangerous animal of all – HUMANS!
Inspired by the Edward Gorey classic, this black-comedy for kids and parents alike is a hilarious and brutal alphabet of death and mayhem exacted upon animals by ignorant humans. 30 CGI animals were meticulously crafted and killed by a team of 44 students at Media Design School.
A conversation with Jad Abumrad about sound, music and the function of music.
A film by Mac Premo.
|➲ Tess Said So “Scramble + Fate” ★ Label: Preserved Sound ★ Released 24 June 2016 ★|
Scramble + Fate is the second album by Australian contemporary classical duo Tess Said So. Each track is a unique dance of gorgeous soundscapes, layered textures, violent rhythms and beautiful, longing melodies – some deliberate, some accidental. Contemporary classical is seamlessly fused with jazz, pop, minimalism, ambient and world music, blurring expectations, labels and genre.
All music composed and played by Tess Said So: Rasa Daukus – piano | Will Larsen – percussion.
Being a dick just got beachy.
Pictures by Tom King • Sounds by Ana Roman.
|➲ OGRE & Dallas Campbell “All Hallows’” ★ Label: Spun Out Of Control ★ Rel. 24 June 2016 ★|
All Hallows’ is a full length studio album by Robin Ogden (OGRE) and Dallas Campbell. Dissecting the vocabulary of 70’s and 80’s horror soundtracks, All Hallows’ recaptures the acoustic fingerprint of an era where the synthesiser was the keystone of film scoring. Plotted around an original horror story set to thrill and enhance the cinematic drama of the music – printed on the fold out j-card with the cassette edition and also provided as a downloadable PDF with the digital version – the album is a conceptual journey into fear of the unknown.
The prose trepans into the 1980’s horror tradition; as we set down the score to the greatest horror film that never was, we bring you the cinema of the imagination with a story that traverses the legacy of classic slasher flicks – unadulterated by bad acting. Combine both at once to create an active listening experience, let the music take you paragraph by paragraph to a chilling evening on the outskirts of town…
Fear the music, not the listening!