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Aseptic Void’s Alone (EP) (VULP-0042) is out now on Vulpiano Records. This haunting EP comes from Italian multi-instrumentalist Davide T, who has also performed the soundtrack for video game Slender’s Woods; it is worth noting that two of the tracks from the EP come fromthe aforementioned soundtrack (“Lullaby” and “Incubazione”). Keep watch for another Aseptic Void release coming to Vulpiano in January 2013.
Download here on Internet Archive: http://archive.org/details/AsepticVoid-Aloneep
Mirror on Mediafire: http://www.mediafire.com/?vf2v2avzgjq1q48
About Alone from Sounds Behind the Corner:
The dark mood of the four tracks represents the artist (composer of music for videogames and short films, among the other things), who, in an introspective catharsis, discovers the concept of his music: minimal ambient fractionated on levels of epidermic perception.
Once again Sounds Behind The Corner draws a line, from the pages of the website, that wants to reach out the readers, yet illuminating another label-less artist in the Italian panorama, a feature which we would like to keep as a practice to grow in mutual respect with the artists.
“Alone” is composed of four tracks, developing a theme: the immersion in the dark introspection is the cure to our anxieties, our fears, a praxis as old as man, archaic as the darkness itself, a shamanic practice viewed today as shady symphonic composition. Good listening.
Three Days of Sound: Music From the Film (VULP-0005). Calvin Markus is an artist that has featured several times on A Future in Noise in the past, through his work in Dead Times (see also this interview). His most recent work is the soundtrack to the forthcoming film Three Days of Sound (view trailer on Vimeo here). Characteristic of his work in Dead Times, otherworldly, trippy, and soulful, the music seems a perfect fit for this film with a curious concept: “A middle aged, anti-social writer lives his life in seclusion. The tall, open windows in his apartment allow him to observe the bizarre world around him. He documents his dreams and thoughts onto paper using his IBM Selectric. One day, a pesky distraction catches him off guard and he is thrust into pure agony; the complete loss of his hearing in three days. He struggles to find meaning, as the mysteries of himself and the secluded universe around him unfold before his eyes.”
Download Three Days of Sound: Music From the Film: http://archive.org/details/CalvinMarkus-ThreeDaysOfSoundMusicFromTheFilm2009
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