We both admire very much David Lynch’s films. ‘Eraserhead’ is without doubt one of his masterpieces.
After having chosen an extract out of the film we composed a new soundtrack for it. If you followed us lately you can see that we are working with films while organizing new live performances.
After a long period of individual improvements of our setups, we rehearsed again during the past week. It’s the first time we came together in Germany – also thanks to Matthias of Milchkettenmusik who provided his place and some of his equipment to us.
After having solved some technical problems we had a very inspired week and we are happy with the result of this intensive period.
During our april-rehearsing-session we decided to set some film extracts to music.
The result can be seen and heard by the end of the year on our blog.
So keep on following us.
We will also go on to improve our gesture control to be more flexible during improvisations.
All this is very thrilling and we are looking forward to the upcoming months.
For your listening pleasure, we have just added a new composition into the Listen section. As some other entities, Dark Fader works in mysterious ways and it led us to give the name “Cueology” to this formerly innocent composition…
Please go to the Watch page (now split from the Listen page).
And do not forget the next concert : november 30th – 4:30 pm, Brussels, Espace Senghor (Etterbeek).
Dark Fader just had another rehearsal session. We took some time to prepare our november’s concert in Brussels (Loop festival, Espace Senghor). We now have a series of compositions.
In a couple of days you will have the possibility to watch our first video, thanks to the great work of Joop Pareyn of Paprikamix. Stay tuned.
You can enjoy our newest ouput, Namibia, on the “Listen & Watch” page.
Dark Fader will be shooting a video at the CRACC in Brussels. To warm up for its forthcoming
world tour concerts, the duo will use this opportunity of being in a nice place and offer a free concert on july, 12 at 9 pm.
Registration mandatory ! Please send an e-mail to us to request one or several seats (even if you might be standing actually…).
The CRACC (Centre de Ressouces Action, Captation, Communication) is a place dedicated to interactive systems. Its founder, Cécile Guigny is keen to help artists test devices and develop their interactive setups.