Restless Cities: CROSSES ††† Live at the Glass House with some awesome pictures by Marvin Sayson
Earlier this year, I worked on the score of a short film entitled Woke Up New, directed by @planetickets. She shot half of the footage here in LA, and the other half in Manila, Philippines. I uploaded the original score on bandcamp, including a b-side entitled A City I’ve Never Been To, A Girl I Never Knew.
Very late reblog, but do check it out if you haven’t yet!
The night ended early as she had to go, even before the last set ended. The world came crashing down on me. Nothing went wrong, except for this. I did not know why she had to do that. Until now I’m still horribly bothered. I mean, you spend time with someone and they just leave.
1. TWO IS THE BEGINNING OF THE END
2. A BED OF STARLIGHT FOR YOUR WINGS TO LAY UPON
3. THE WORLD IS GOLD, AND YOURS
4. HELLO, YOU HAVE REACHED THE WINTER OF OUR DISCONTENT
5. THE PLEASURE OF LEAVING
to those who try to win // to those who try to break even // and those who try to get out of the game
!!! You know what to do, guys. I am so proud of Marb! This is such a beautiful album and I’m so happy to be a part of it. Carina and I had lots of fun making the PDF that the album comes with. Download and enjoy! <3
Please check out this project I did with Marb. He scored the whole film and the EP is available for ANY PRICE (even free, but better if you donate a little something! :P) on his bandcamp page. Hope you enjoy! :D
Looking for the Echoplex felt like looking for Where’s Fluffy? and in that moment, we felt like legitimate hipsters. The place has no sign whatsoever and I don’t know if they really wanted to hide it like that. Most probably.
Read more about my wonderful Oli night with Marb here!
So I got a bit sentimental today and I ended up taking pictures of every corner of our apartment. This is one of them. Anyway, I’m off to watch Olafur Arnalds live tonight with Marb! It’s going to be amaaaazing.
I met up with Raymond and Marb (a.k.a. Irving Sappho/Bones Like Snowflakes) last night! We had dinner at City Walk and even though the food was insanely overpriced, the company was awesome. I love my foreign friends, but you eventually miss conversations like that when you’ve been far from home for too long. It was exactly what I needed!