SOUND ON SCREEN: Apichatpong Weerasethakul

Music is scarce in Apichatpong Weerasethakul's films, and yet it plays an essential role. Not many directors have used songs in such an epiphany inducing way: music is not revealing something that would have been concealed in the plot, but instead channels all the emotional states the viewers have been through and bring them into…Lire la suite SOUND ON SCREEN: Apichatpong Weerasethakul

ENTRY #11: ANOTHER B-SIDE STORY Kerry Delius - Dear Christine From Kerry Delius - They Say It's Gonna Rain Released on Arrival Records, 1984, UK If you're used to reading this blog, you probably share with us the idea that "B-sides" can almost be considered as a subgenre of pop music; a musical territory where musicians let loose of…Lire la suite ENTRY #11: ANOTHER B-SIDE STORY

A LETTER FROM HOME "Blue" Gene Tyranny - Out Of The Blue/ A Letter From Home About Sound And Consciousness From "Blue" Gene Tyranny - Out Of The Blue Released on Lovely Music Ltd., 1978, US By far the largest musical piece - as much by its duration and complexity than the themes it addresses - ever mentioned here,…Lire la suite A LETTER FROM HOME

Okonkole Y Trompa 04 : SUGAI KEN

Sugai Ken’s brilliant debut album on Lullabies For Insomniac is without doubt amongst our favourite albums from 2016 and we are really happy to have him as our second guest for our podcast series. « Mix » would be a rather untrue way of calling Sugai Ken’s contribution to our podcast series and it seems that “sonic…Lire la suite Okonkole Y Trompa 04 : SUGAI KEN