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A Creak In Time Trailer
A film by Steven McInerney
A Creak In Time is a 27 minute meditation on the ever-expanding fractal universe with recurring themes of transformation and altered perception, switching scale from microscopic topography to the vast distances of the cosmos. The film's soundtrack by Howlround has been composed entirely from creaking objects and manipulated on magnetic tape machines. Read the Wallpaper Magazine here.
A Creak In Time Excerpt
An exclusive excerpt of A Creak In Time for The Wire Magazine. The film's soundtrack by Howlround was reviewed by Robert Barry in Issue 397 of The Wire and currently screening at events and festivals.
Exhibitors can view the full 27 minute film via a private link here. Email contact (at) psyche-tropes (dot) com for access.
HFF Vol. 1
Directed by Steven McInerney
Additional film by Sally Golding and Reuben Sutherland
HFF Vol.1 collects 15 tracks of wayward electronics and sound pieces from Sculpture, Some Truths, Scanner, Sally Golding, Dave Draper and Merkaba Macabre, among others.
By the 3LP here.
Black and White
A black and white super 8 transfer of the Apollo 11 moon mission, landing the lunar module Eagle on July 20, 1969, at 20:18 UTC in the Sea of Tranquillity. The spaceflight landed the first two humans on the Moon. The result is re-cut and re-scored by Psyché Tropes conspirator Merkaba Macabre.
More info here.