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Piercing Brightness (Soundtrack to the film by Shezad Dawood, 2013): (Radioactive Man Mix, Vinyl Single) Piercing Brightness (Soundtrack to the film by Shezad Dawood, 2013): (Radioactive Man Mix, Vinyl Single)

Acid Mothers Temple, Mordant Music, Alexander Tucker & Decomposed Orchestra and Raed Yassin & Omar Dewachi
(Soundtrack to the film by Shezad Dawood, 2013): (Radioactive Man Mix, Vinyl Single) Acid Mothers Temple, Mordant Music, Alexander Tucker & Decomposed Orchestra and Raed Yassin & Omar Dewachi
(Soundtrack to the film by Shezad Dawood, 2013): (Radioactive Man Mix, Vinyl Single)
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Piercing Brightness (2013) is an science fiction feature film directed by british artist Shezad Dawood about aliens landing in Preston in the North of England. The soundtrack album contains music by Acid Mothers Temple, Mordant Music, Alexander Tucker & Decomposed Orchestra and Raed Yassin & Omar Dewachi. The 12 single is a remix by DJ Radioactive Man with two versions each between 6 and 7 minutes, the optimum length for a dance floor sound system. The album is layered with sound design and elements of dialogue from the film it creates an immersive soundscape intended to be listened to as an album.

For further information, preview and images of the sleeve artwork go to www.cityprojects.org.

Piercing Brightness began life as a public art work commissioned by In Certain Places in Preston. It exists as film in four versions; a 15 minute 'Trailer' intended for museum display; a 40 minute cut made to be played with a live soundtrack, a 78 minute feature film and a three minute 'interruption' made for television. City Projects has produced the soundtrack album and single, made for vinyl in an edition of 540 and 300 to be sold through record shops. The soundtrack album imagines being played out in a teenagers bedroom, and the single on a dance floor in Ibiza. Whilst deriving from the film and recognisable as such, the two records operate autonomously as music, that could theoretically derive from a non specific or non existant film. The album sleeve artwork encourages a new film to be imagined.


Track listings and edition details:
Mixed by Radioactive Man. 300 white label copies, stamped. Black paper sleeve. Image shown her is the A-Side Label.

Side A: 6:54 'Glorious 100 Mix'
Side B: 6:39 'Automatic Extrication Mix'
Two versions mixed, mastered and cut by Radioactive Man includes parts of Acid Mothers Temple 'Nam Myo Ho Ren Ge Kyo' and 'Cometary Orbital Drive Suite (A) Light My Fire Ball', Mordant Music 'Smasha' and Alexander Tucker & Decomposed Orchestra.

Piercing Brightness (Soundtrack to the film by Shezad Dawood, 2013) has been produced by City Projects. The film Piercing Brightness (78 mins, 2013) was commissioned by In Certain Places and is being distributed by Soda Film + Art and LUX. A DVD/Blu Ray of the film is also being released by Soda in January 2014. Piercing Brightness (2013) is an science fiction feature film directed by british artist Shezad Dawood about aliens landing in Preston in the North of England. The soundtrack album contains music by Acid Mothers Temple, Mordant Music, Alexander Tucker & Decomposed Orchestra and Raed Yassin & Omar Dewachi. The 12 single is a remix by DJ Radioactive Man with two versions each between 6 and 7 minutes, the optimum length for a dance floor sound system. The album is layered with sound design and elements of dialogue from the film it creates an immersive soundscape intended to be listened to as an album.

For further information, preview and images of the sleeve artwork go to www.cityprojects.org.

Piercing Brightness began life as a public art work commissioned by In Certain Places in Preston. It exists as film in four versions; a 15 minute 'Trailer' intended for museum display; a 40 minute cut made to be played with a live soundtrack, a 78 minute feature film and a three minute 'interruption' made for television. City Projects has produced the soundtrack album and single, made for vinyl in an edition of 540 and 300 to be sold through record shops. The soundtrack album imagines being played out in a teenagers bedroom, and the single on a dance floor in Ibiza. Whilst deriving from the film and recognisable as such, the two records operate autonomously as music, that could theoretically derive from a non specific or non existant film. The album sleeve artwork encourages a new film to be imagined.


Track listings and edition details:
Mixed by Radioactive Man. 300 white label copies, stamped. Black paper sleeve. Image shown her is the A-Side Label.

Side A: 6:54 'Glorious 100 Mix'
Side B: 6:39 'Automatic Extrication Mix'
Two versions mixed, mastered and cut by Radioactive Man includes parts of Acid Mothers Temple 'Nam Myo Ho Ren Ge Kyo' and 'Cometary Orbital Drive Suite (A) Light My Fire Ball', Mordant Music 'Smasha' and Alexander Tucker & Decomposed Orchestra.

Piercing Brightness (Soundtrack to the film by Shezad Dawood, 2013) has been produced by City Projects. The film Piercing Brightness (78 mins, 2013) was commissioned by In Certain Places and is being distributed by Soda Film + Art and LUX. A DVD/Blu Ray of the film is also being released by Soda in January 2014.

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SKU 5055300375353
Year 25/11/2013
Director Acid Mothers Temple; Mordant Music; Alexander Tucker & Decomposed Orchestra
Format Vinyl
Publisher(s) City Projects
Countries UK
Running time Side A: 06:54
Side B: 06:39
DVD region Vinyl 12 inch Single

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