David Sylvian contributes to soundtrack of ‘Like Planets’

Yuka Fuji’s film ‘Like Planets’ is set to premiere at the Punkt Festival in Norway in September and at Cafe OTO in London in October – see details here.

Mark Wastell has provided the soundtrack music and confirms the following detail, including David Sylvian’s contribution:

‘This week, finally completed the sound track for Yuka Fujii’s film ‘Like Planets [unreel]’ which will premiere at Erik Honoré and Jan Bang’s Punkt Festival (as part of David Toop’s seminar) in Kristiansand, Norway on September 6th. Recorded on various sessions over the last few months at Studio 3, London. The composition is scored for chimes, double bass, shruti box, Bösendorfer grand piano, Indian temple bells, upright piano, nepalese singing bowls, piano frame, fingers cymbals and cello. Additional violin samples from Biliana Voutchkova plus field recordings and poetry fragments from David Sylvian. Invaluable input and suggestions from Yuka and studio engineer Rupert Clervaux. The London premiere takes place at Cafe OTO on October 3rd.’

Tickets are available for the London performance here.

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