come out and play !! http://t.co/0S5eknGf77
— Arca (@arca1000000) March 18, 2014
“Trauma is an ongoing film project by Jesse Kanda and Arca first exhibited at MOMA PS1 at the end of 2013. The film follows a nonlinear narrative about the death of a salaryman, a drunk driving infant and takes place within a subconscious world. TRAUMA’s score will span through Arca’s existing and future works.
Scene 1 depicts a trio of disfigured children locked in synchronised dance, celebrating their inner and outer beauty in the limelight.”
[catch BANKS tomorrow night at the GvsB x YT x HypeM SXSW showcase]
The heroes at Light In The Attic come through yet again, this time with the re-issue of L’Amour, a little-known 1983 private press obscurity from a long-lost enigma named Lewis. L’amour, a record that we were first made aware of a couple years back and that has haunted us on occasion since, and which the label accurately calls “a spine-tingling, somber album that echoes Springsteen’s Nebraska or Angelo Badalamenti’s atmospheric soundtracks,” is out digitally on April 8 and on limited clear vinyl on June 24. Pre-order here; this song is the best:
We’re are beyond psyched to announce that we’ve teamed up again with our friends at Yours Truly & Hype Machine for an official SXSW 2014 showcase on Thursday, March 13, from 8 PM – 2 AM at the Hype Hotel. Starring: