In lieu of anything sensible (and while I catch up on email) here's a wonderful song - one of those pieces of music that you'll either identify, or will perhaps recognise from TV and film soundtracks. I listened to it a lot while writing House of Suns - there's an echo of the "lyric" in there somewhere, I think. And the video contains more genuinely weird and startling imagery than in any science fiction film I've seen lately.
Ministry of Sound(I'm sure I caught there logo there)ReplyDelete
Not bad music, if a little boring but neat video-made me think a little of the closing scene in 2001 a soace Odyssey!
Obviously, I don't think it's boring.ReplyDelete
Well I suppose its kind of relaxing-mood music, and i do lime my ambient stuff, when I get chance to listen to it that is! Its just difficult to concentrate on a piece with a 3 year old running around shouting!ReplyDelete
I love it, it's a fantastic song. Can't stop listening to it now!ReplyDelete
Liked it, thanks Alastair. Effects are interesting and creepy.ReplyDelete
This is on the Layer Cake soundtrack. Great stuff.ReplyDelete
Like the track; nice background for reading sci-fi. Have just done a review of Terminal World -- loved it. If interested, check out my blog: http://reviewernikibruce.blogspot.com/2010/03/science-fiction-with-human-touch-in.htmlReplyDelete
Thanks for the review, Niki.ReplyDelete
i hear you will be signing Terminal World this saturday! I may be coming, i only just found out about it so i need to make arrangements.
It would be really great to meet you, I already have a signed copy ordered online, would you be happy to sign anything else instead?
Hmmm, yes I've heard good things about Terminal World-I read a review on SFFChronicles.co.uk a while ago-sounds good!ReplyDelete
BTW I just started The Prefect,will add my review on my blog when I'm done.
Great song. Came from nowhere and will remain with us for quite some time. F.C. Kahuna's other stuff is also pretty good, if you like this track...ReplyDelete
If you like the song search on youtube for william trubridge freediving the arch at dahab... then afterwards you REALLY won't be able to get it out of your headReplyDelete