Video written by Jan Brauer • Directed by Danae Diaz.
Music written by Brandt Brauer Frick • Taken from the EP “Holy Night”.
The story of an AI unit who is anything but artificial.
First year film at the University of Pennsylvania by Dennis Sung Min Kim.
Narration by Adam Parham • Music composed and arranged by Nicholas Escobar.
Death From Space: Gamma-Ray Bursts Explained.
|Kurzgesagt – a team of designers, journalists and musicians who want to make science look beautiful. Because it is beautiful.|
“In a dictatorship, a famous singer unwillingly becomes the icon of the revolution. He gets tossed around from one faction to the other, from the revolutionists to the hands of the dictator.”
Directed by Clement Rouil, Leonie Després, Bertrand Piot, Yoann Drulhe, Alexis Caillet & Jerôme Regef • Music by Philippe de Sousa • Sound Creation by Romain Debrie.
|➲ Abstract Elements “Nedostatic / Right Way” ★ Convex Industries ★ Rel. 29 July 2016 ★|
Abstract Elements returns to one of the founders of the Autonomic movement with two tracks that are a continuation of what shaped their stripped back, minimal approach to Autonomic and later what would be known as “Microfunk”.
Abstract Elements have released on labels such as Exit, ASC’s Auxiliary and recently for Noisia’s Invisible imprint.
Nedostatic and Right Way are what you would expect from such talented producers, with both attention to detail and precision execution in their dynamics.
Both tracks feature in dBridge and Kid Drama’s “Heart Drive” podcast and followers of Exit Records and recent CNVX releases will find this to be right up their street!
A woman walks her dog in the park, where she meets a man she would have liked to avoid.
Direction, production, art direction & compositing: Sonja Rohleder.
Animation: Sonja Rohleder, Veronica Solomon • Sound: Michal Krajczok.
|➲ Repeated Viewing “Art Imitates” ★ Label: Spun Out Of Control ★ Rel. 08 August 2016 ★|
Cues from and inspired by the short film ‘Art Imitates’, a darkly satirical look at the compromises and sacrifices one actress decides to make to achieve her own Hollywood ending. Scored by Glaswegian composer Alan Sinclair – aka Repeated Viewing – this film score showcases a more ambient and minimalist side to his electronica-based musical palette, that reflects the dream-like nature of the short and, in turn, makes for absolutely perfect late night listening!
Whilst Side A of this tape release on Spun Out Of Control is music used in the film, Side B is composed of tracks recorded at the same time and in the same vein that did not make the final cut. For completeness these ‘bonus tracks’ are included here as being perfect musical bedfellows.
Composed, produced & performed by Repeated Viewing, 2016.
Specially commissioned artwork unique to this release by Eric Adrian Lee.