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Love died with the troubadours, now its all ego driven
We’re fetal position with the needle dripping
A foul ecosystem, keep on living, be persistent
In a prison where heaven and hell are equidistant
Read the rest of the lyrics, they are good.
Directed illustrated and animated by Steven Martens, with accompanying artwork by Deca himself. Buy the full album on Bandcamp here.
While searching his attic, a boy finds a strange mirror that contains someone who nearly looks the same as him.
A short, cinematic piece by Disasterpeace, the composer who scored indie platform breakout hit Fez and the 2015 minimal thriller It Follows.
A note from Ryan Hemsworth, who released the song earlier this year on his Secret Songs label:
“Fans of horror films are familiar with cliche, in what we’ve seen and heard. i’ve been seeking out horror since i was about 9 or 10 years old, and eventually when a film like It Follows comes along you have to stop and marvel at how it’s held together – by the elements we’re used to, but also by something new. if you’ve seen the movie, you quickly realize that besides the great writing and everything, it has one of the most unique soundtracks in a horror film ever. this is thanks to Disasterpeace, composer and producer based out of Berkeley. his portfolio also contains the legendary Fez soundtrack, amongst others. so the honour is all mine today to help put some more people onto his patient, beautiful, and sometimes harrowing work.”
Nine different animators contributed to make this segment for Adult Swim’s Off the Air (which is brilliant, and you should check out if you aren’t familiar). The song was produced by Baltimore-based electronic artist Dan Deacon.
There are interviews with all of the contributing animators here. From the interview with Dan Deacon:
Lately, I like thinking about my body, memory, and consciousness being all entirely separate and constantly changing and how they will all expire at different times. I like thinking about shifting mood as a different consciousness merging with my memories inside my physical form or my memories shifting with my form. I love that I have no way to ever measure or check reality…how it’s just a series of smearing instances that I’ll never truly know or understand. There is no constant and I think that both very serious and truly absurd.
One of the singles off of the debut album of SF-based rap duo 2nd Floor Samurais (Kensho Kuma and MC Orukusaki).