Blueneck’s Soundtrack To Imaginary Film
Blueneck mainman Duncan Attwood has sidelined his own vocals to create an instrumental album called Epilogue – which he describes as his soundtrack to an imaginary movie.
The project was inspired by his recent move into creating soundtracks for real independent films, plus the work of soundscape masters including Brian Eno, Air, John Carpenter and Clint Mansell.
The eight-track release comes between their last full-length album, 2011′s Repetitions, and the next one, due in 2013.
Discussing the temporary suspension of his trademark melancholy vocals, Attwood says: “Epilogue is intended as both the start and end of a number of distinct creative periods.
“It’s a bookend to our previous three albums, a statement of intent on our soundtrack work, and a means of clearing our minds before we start on a new recording.
“The Blueneck you hear in the future will be markedly different to what you head on this release.”
Epilogue hits shelves on October 19.
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30.09.12 Liege – Le Garage
02.10.12 Budapest – Akvárium Klub
03.10.12 Bratislava – U Ocka
04.10.12 Dresden – Beatpol
05.10.12 Nürnberg – Zentralcafe im Künstlerhaus
06.10.12 Essen – Denovali Swingfest
13.10.12 Bristol – The Louisiana