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    Xavier, you sent out this link via Bandcamp, but it's not working for me. What's up? Steve, make it work! Please.

    https://cuneiformrecords.bandcamp.co...spectral-music
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    Quote Originally Posted by JKL2000 View Post
    Xavier, you sent out this link via Bandcamp, but it's not working for me. What's up? Steve, make it work! Please.

    https://cuneiformrecords.bandcamp.co...spectral-music
    SOMEONE made a mistake, but I won't give his name. The actual link will be working in late october. It was up for some minutes but it was too early ; I thought it was for real so I made an anouncement. Too bad... Really sorry you lot !
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    ^^^^^

    Fuck that.

    *I* fucked up and mistakenly hit the GO LIVE a button instead of the SAVE DRAFT button.

    I am the bossman, and the buck stops HERE!

    Steve ain’t making it work for 2 months.
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    ^ Ha! I listened to the tracks that were able to be listened to earlier today, and I can say that this is a great album, based on the 5 or 6 songs I did hear. The key question for me, per usual: Will there be a CD? The Bandcamp page only had the digital download, and extremely scanty info. (I had to check the Ghost Rhythms discography on Discogs to make sure that this is a new release.)
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    Yes. It’s a CD *and* digital release.

    Signed,

    Mr. fuck-up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by moecurlythanu View Post
    ^ Ha! I listened to the tracks that were able to be listened to earlier today, and I can say that this is a great album, based on the 5 or 6 songs I did hear. The key question for me, per usual: Will there be a CD? The Bandcamp page only had the digital download, and extremely scanty info. (I had to check the Ghost Rhythms discography on Discogs to make sure that this is a new release.)
    Ha. I was wondering why the link didn't work for me and it wasn't on the general Cuneiform Bandcamp page. Well, I will take your thumbs up as an endorsement to buy...eventually.
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    Sounds really good
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    Quote Originally Posted by NogbadTheBad View Post
    Sounds really good
    Forbidden fruit always is enticing!

    Hey! Maybe those sons of bitches @ C-Uniform did this on purpose for ‘marketing strategy advantage’……
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    I hate those marketing bastards, you'll be telling me it qualified in the top 2 box next.
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    @Steve...Well, I did find pre-ordering a digital download to be a bit of an odd thing.

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    New Ghost Rhythms!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by NogbadTheBad View Post
    I hate those marketing bastards.
    Countless meetings later, you would know!!
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    Any time any one speaks to me about any musical project, the one absolute given is "it will not make big money". [tip of the hat to HK]

    "Death to false 'support the scene' prog!"

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    Quote Originally Posted by XavGel View Post
    SOMEONE made a mistake, but I won't give his name. The actual link will be working in late october. It was up for some minutes but it was too early ; I thought it was for real so I made an anouncement. Too bad... Really sorry you lot !
    And here was I, assuming it was some sort of spectral arrivant, a kind of spooky foreshadowing of the music to come. More like an interweb sceance to conjure forth the music, than a crass marketing ploy...

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    Quote Originally Posted by per anporth View Post
    And here was I, assuming it was some sort of spectral arrivant, a kind of spooky foreshadowing of the music to come. More like an interweb sceance to conjure forth the music, than a crass marketing ploy...
    This Steve F. is really some voodoo chile.
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    ^^^^^^^

    Mostly in my dreams……

    Last edited by Steve F.; 08-18-2021 at 05:24 PM.
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    I really love this band! Wow!! Amazing news!

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    While you wait for the new album, here's another of our projects : we illustrate dream sequences from movies we love with new music. Here's Isaak's dream, from Wild Strawberries, by Ingmar Bergman (1957). Hope you'll like it !
    https://youtu.be/SileUfWtJMs
    https://ghostrhythms.bandcamp.com/
    "YOU WERE GOING TO MAKE ME RELEASE A CD OF YOU FRENCH GOOFBALLS DOING SOFT MACHINE SONGS"

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    Quote Originally Posted by XavGel View Post
    While you wait for the new album, here's another of our projects : we illustrate dream sequences from movies we love with new music. Here's Isaak's dream, from Wild Strawberries, by Ingmar Bergman (1957). Hope you'll like it !
    https://youtu.be/SileUfWtJMs
    This is brilliant, Xav!

    What about Maria's Dance, from Metropolis? - or, in a different register, Keaton's Sherlock Junior?!

    Spellbound?

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    Quote Originally Posted by per anporth View Post
    This is brilliant, Xav!

    What about Maria's Dance, from Metropolis? - or, in a different register, Keaton's Sherlock Junior?!

    Spellbound?
    Thanks a lot Robin ! We will do all of that. When and if you have other ideas of dream sequences, I'll take it.
    We have a list, I'll put it there tonight.
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    I love that new tune and video!

    Michel Gondry's "La science des rÍves" is full of absolutely fantastic dream scenes. It is probably on your list already but if it isn't; check it out. Its stunning.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thedunno View Post
    I love that new tune and video!

    Michel Gondry's "La science des rÍves" is full of absolutely fantastic dream scenes. It is probably on your list already but if it isn't; check it out. Its stunning.
    Absolutely !!

    We're working on those :


    - Belle de jour
    - Le Miroir (Tarkovski)
    - Eraserhead
    - The Big Lebowski
    - Take Shelter
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    Xav - Mirror is (possibly) my favourite film - so, I feel like I have a stake in this...

    ...so, do you think that you can "identify" sequences as, precisely, *dream* sequences? - I think Tarkovsky could be thought to argue that his films sought to move elsewhere to dream sequences - as such - as he would from flashbacks, or time generated by montage.

    But, to return to music, I learnt to love the Erbame Dich from the Matthew Passion of Bach, from watching Tarkovsky!

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    Quote Originally Posted by per anporth View Post
    Xav - Mirror is (possibly) my favourite film - so, I feel like I have a stake in this...

    ...so, do you think that you can "identify" sequences as, precisely, *dream* sequences? - I think Tarkovsky could be thought to argue that his films sought to move elsewhere to dream sequences - as such - as he would from flashbacks, or time generated by montage.

    But, to return to music, I learnt to love the Erbame Dich from the Matthew Passion of Bach, from watching Tarkovsky!
    Of course you are right, where do dream sequences begin and where do they end ? If watching Bunuel, for example, it's quite difficult to tell.
    https://ghostrhythms.bandcamp.com/
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    Hey ! Thanks to Steve F., here is Thoughtography, first excerpt from Spectral Music, our upcoming record on Cuneiform, to listen to ! If you like it, comment the Soundcloud file, share, everything you can do to support us is a real gift ! Tell me what you think, I'll tell the other members.
    https://soundcloud.com/cuneiformreco...eiform-records
    https://ghostrhythms.bandcamp.com/
    "YOU WERE GOING TO MAKE ME RELEASE A CD OF YOU FRENCH GOOFBALLS DOING SOFT MACHINE SONGS"

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    What do I think? I think it's lovely. And can't wait to hear the full album in due time

    Congratulations!
    If you're actually reading this then chances are you already have my last album but if NOT and you're curious:
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    Also, Ephemeral Sun: it's a thing and we like making things that might be your thing: http://www.ephemeralsun.com

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