Coodie and Chike are are such great story tellers and pieced together this amazing
and powerful documentary. We love working with these guys, and were lucky enough to score the entire piece. It
Premiered September 23rd, 2015 on BET.
The scoring of this film was
truly unique. Besides being a truly thought provoking documentary
about the art game, this film included a unique hands on process Drew
Lightfoot invited us upstate to his farm/Ice Pond. Here we got to relax
for a night and projected bits of the film on an old ship sail
literally next to the pond . We set up a recording rig on the deck and
scored much of the film in real time to the video. Drew and Dave
(producer) got some amazing footage which we’ll be posting soon.
We are excited to present to you Mr. Steven Tenney’s new sci-fi play. We created the score mixing our synths andy synthesized cello through every type of pedal and tape disintengration. Our Roland 301 space echo had a lot of shedding sound which ended up sounding very gloomy and dark.
Christian Hogarth has a true deep vision for this film. He new exactly what he wanted and gave us a lot of cues. He gave us a vibe and we took it from there telling a story that is relevant to most and spinning it on its head.
Directed by Ron Morales and premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival in 2012. We also accompanied them to the Fantasia Film Fest on Montreal. Shot in Manila, its a thrilling tale of kidnapping and political corruption. Working with Ron and his crew was so easy and creatively rewarding. Below is a intense scene from the film:
He also shot a video for our song called “Goin’ Somewhere”.
Our song 1976 was featured in this powerful documentary “The (Dead Mothers) Club” directed by Katie Green and Carlye Rubin. Rosie O’Donnell is the executive producer and the film features Jane Fonda, Molly Shannon, and Rosie. it aired on HBO in 2014.