“Cinematic” (Used 19 times)
NeoBrazilians on 11/20/2012 at 03:45PM
"Quincas" is part of the soundtrack of Brazilian film Quincas Berro Dágua, based on a novel from Brazilian author Jorge Amado, originally named "A Morte e a Morte de Quincas Berro d'Água." I've never seen the film, but the book... actually, the author, is one of my favorites.
The story happens in the Northeastern state of Bahia - from where the writer is from; a place full of beaches and known for a society of very calm and easy-going people. Quincas, the main character, lives a low-profile life until one day, fed up of his own style, decides to let loose and enjoy life. He dies twice, and that's basically all I can say without spoiling it.
I came across this soundtrack from well known Brazilian composer and producer Beto Villares and thought this song was beautiful. Very representative for those who know the character. Very easy to listen to if you're just browsing around, searching for some new music.
xe_val on 11/12/2010 at 10:13PM
[ALG007] - Plumb and Plumber - Organic feedback
’Organic Feedback’ revolves around ambient and cinematic electronica, where tape and field recordings are a warm layer of analog tapestries and dissonant electric guitars explode in a fuzzy and mechanical chaos.
p&p proyect was created in 2002 by Xesús Valle.
Organic Feedback sound fonts come from Vigo’s enviroments. A guitar (recorded at home like a soundscape) and some tapes witch where found in the trash, where you can hear the correspondence between two lovers, he was living in Galicia, and she was living in Bretanha. Thoughts, dreams, and radio recordings at the 70’s end.
xe_val on 11/12/2010 at 10:01PM
[ALG005] - Plumb and Plumber - Come early go late
- 01. distor son
- 02. guanaco shot
- 03. her battery’s xpec-troll
- 04. located
- 05. my little F-1
- 06. xpec-troll
plumbandplumber mixes melody, ambience, noise and silence in just the right ratios on Come Early Go Late. An excursion through cyclic abrasion and half-buried beauty.
p&p audio proyect was strarted in 2002 by Xesús Valle. You can find Come early go late at another netlabels: