Simple Mountain Films are currently working on a documentary entitled “Imprints in Time”. The documentary will contain music from the “how the night came // <1” split EP.
The film’s maker, R. A. Moore, wrote:
A poignant window into a vanishing Appalachian tradition, the loss of a world famous family legacy and the impact of modern influences on one of the last traditional Appalachian potters. (Currently in Production, Slated for Release 2019)
Thank you to Ricardo Mello for including “ The Comedy of Errors” in his beautiful video for PALEOLÍTICOS. See the video here.
When asked about the project, Ricardo Mello wrote:
Our goal in the video was to show the passion of two woodworking professionals and professors, and we had decided that we would not use interviews or even the interviewees’ speech so the film could express the sensitivity and passion of these two teachers. In this case the emotion of music would be fundamental. It was against this challenge that I came across your music at a first audition we knew it was the right song for the film. The word emotion best defines what we get by putting that song into the movie. Thank you very much for your partnership.
The Paleoliticos video is also available on how the night came’s YouTube channel.
Please check out more of Ricardo Mello’s work (PraiaPixel) at Vimeo.
Drawn in December 2017, while I wasn’t looking …
A huge thank you goes out to BIBLIOTEKA RECORDS who are graciously supporting The Tower at https://www.biblioteka.world.
Biblioteka Records have also published the E.P. on Amazon Music, Spotify, and other online stores. The Tower is also available at the Free Music Archive, Bandcamp, SoundCloud, Jamendo, NoiseTrade, and ReverbNation.
The Tower explores themes inspired by characters from the original Blade Runner movie. The themes are – in part – responses to the characters as they are portrayed in the film, but also imaginings of actual or possible events in their former ‘lives’.
how the night came recorded The Tower using an Arturia MiniLab MKII between May and July, 2018.
A huge THANK YOU goes out to Cheyenne for setting up the FMA homepage for how the night came. My first release there is a selection of songs from the recent Morricone split EP.
Here is my current setup:
Guitars: Yamaha APX500II, Gibson Tribute.
Amp: VOX Pathfinder 10.
Pedalboard #1 (BOSS): NS-2 >> BD-2 >> SD-1 >> BF-3 >> TE-2 >> TR-2 >> DD-7 >> RV-6:
With the exception of the SD-1, all pedals were purchased used (at 50-60% of the retail price) in and around Tokyo.
Pedalboard #2 (various): Korg Pitchblack Tuner >> T. C. Electronic Sentry >> Strymon Sunset >> BOSS EV-30 (used as a volume pedal) >> Strymon TimeLine >> T. C. Electronic Flashback II >> T. C. Electronic Hall Of Fame II >> Zoom MS-70CDR >> Red Witch Pentavocal Trem >> T. C. Electronic Ditto Looper:
MIDI Controller: Arturia Minilab MKII.
Audio Interface: Steinberg UR12.
DAWs: Everything from “2018a” through “Shakespeare IV” was recorded in Audacity. The “how the night came // <1” split EP was recorded in Tracktion 6. I am now using Ableton Live 9 Lite.