Savages And A Dead Forest Index - In What I'm Seeing; The Sun flac
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Lyrics By – Adam SherryWritten-By – A Dead Forest Index, Savages
Lyrics By – Jehnny BethPerformer – A Dead Forest Index, Savages Written-By – Savages
- Bass – Ayşe Hassan
- Engineer – Justin Stanley
- Guitar – Gemma Thompson
- Lacquer Cut By – NS
- Mixed By [Sound Mixer] – Matthew Farrar
- Vibraphone, Drums – Fay Milton
- Voice – Jehnny Beth
- Voice, Guitar, Panpipes [Romani Flute] – Adam Sherry
- Voice, Harmonium, Drums – Sam Sherry
Text read by Jehnny Beth inspired by an extract from the Arvo Pärt interview in the book "Arvo Pärt in Conversation" (Enzo Restagno)
Recorded live as part of Doug Aitken's 'Station to Station'
- Manufactured on The Vinyl Factory Press
- Hand-crafted, mixed media artwork by Åbäke, Emma Berit Smit, Vincent Humeau, Alex Lunn, Jonas Meier and Tilly Thompson
- Mixed media used: acrylic paint, vinyl stickers, duct tape, stamps and markerpens.
- Sound Mixer; Matthew Farrar
- Limited Edition of 300
Critically-acclaimed four-piece band Savages are joined by A Dead Forest Index, choreographer/dance artist Fernanda Muñoz-Newsome and dance artist Rosalie Wahlfrid for two nights of unique performance created especially for Station to Station, combining live sound, movement and immersive play between light and dark. The performances have been recorded for this limited edition Station to Station record.
The Vinyl Factory has partnered American multi-media artist Doug Aitken and the Barbican to bring his acclaimed 'Station to Station: A 30 Day Happening' to the UK for a month-long, building-wide, art intervention, from Saturday 27 June - Sunday 26 July.
For the duration of the event, which features residencies, installations, live performances, workshops, screenings and more, The Vinyl Factory has created The Vinyl Factory Recording Studio to provide a space for musicians and artists to experiment and improvise and has installed The Vinyl Factory Press on-site to manufacture these recordings into vinyl editions.
Savages and A Dead Forest Index performed live at the Barbican 24th - 25th July as part of Station To Station to which the performance was live recorded via The Vinyl Factory Recording Studio. Pressed on-site at the Barbican Centre for Station to Station July 2015.
- Matrix / Runout: VF 200 A -1 NS
- Matrix / Runout: VF 200 B -1
- Recorded At – The Vinyl Factory Recording Studio
- Pressed By – The Vinyl Factory Manufacturing
Critically-acclaimed four-piece band Savages are joined by A Dead Forest Index, choreographerdance artist Fernanda Muñoz-Newsome and dance artist Rosalie Wahlfrid for two nights of unique performance created especially for Station to Station, combining live sound, movement and immersive play between light and dark. Savages a dead forest index. In What Im Seeing: The Sun. The vinyl factory. Sold out. In July 2015, Savages, A Dead Forest Index and choreographerdance artist Fernanda Muñoz-Newsome created two nights of performance as part of Station to Station: A 30-day Happening at the Barbican Centre in London. The performances took place in the Barbican Gallery and incorporated music, poetry, dance and the interplay of light and darkness. In What I'm Seeing The Sun 2015 with A Dead Forest Index. Extended plays. I Am Here 2012. The latter was released by Jehnny Beth of Savages Pop Noire label, a precursor to the collaborative SavagesA Dead Forest Index composition and performance titled In What Im Seeing the Sun for the Barbicans Station to Station Festival in 2015. Unfolding over 13 tracks, the album imagines natural phenomena as poetic metaphor for the human condition, the lyrics evoking stone, cold air, unyielding emptiness and erosion, while the enveloping warmth of Adam Sherrys layered, choral vocals makes for an intriguing contrast. A Dead Forest Index I See One Stone Fall on One Stone Falling, released 14 May 2020 sacred patterns link generations dream of the widest worlds never narrowing murmuration fly into a weightless blue meridian expanse spinning outwardly open up the vast overflowing rose fountain flowing thorns drifting backwards drawn I see one stone fall on one stone falling swing pendulum sing timelessly unwind I ask of all lights holding embers of formless grace love grows a marble flower relives to give away I see one stone falling on one stone falling I once knew how to let you go I once knew how to let you. In July 2015, Savages, A Dead Forest Index Dead Forest Index with Savages guitarist Gemma Thompson - Photo by Chelsea Wolfe. What was the first gig you ever played, and whats been the best so far. We composed a new work with Savages titled 'In What I'm Seeing The Sun' and performed this together in the special setting of the Barbican's gallery space, with dancerchoreographer Fernanda Munoz-Newsome. The event was structured with four performances across 2 nights, and was a very memorable and immersive experience. A Dead Forest Index's album All That Drifts From Summit Down is out 29 April 2016 on Sargent House. They tour the following dates with Chelsea Wolfe . Savages singer Jehnny Beth has high aspirations for what rocknroll can achieve, and this collaboration with A Dead Forest Index and a choreographer occasionally achieved it. Savages review a sound that doesn't quite match the performance. 3, 5 stars 3 out of 5 stars. Barbican, London Savages singer Jehnny Beth has high aspirations for what rocknroll can achieve, and this collaboration with A Dead Forest Index and a choreographer occasionally achieved it. Betty Clarke. Mon 27 Jul 2015 BST Last modified on Thu 26 Mar 2020 GMT