Cinema Sonore Vol. 1
Swap White Ltd02
Included a Iori remix (Prologue, Phonica White). Cinema Sonore Vol.1 will be the actor of your own analog film.
A sound film is a motion picture with synchronized sounding elements, technologically coupled to image, as opposed to a silent film. The first known public exhibition of projected sound films took place in Paris in 1900.
The idea of combining motion pictures with recorded sound is nearly as old as the concept of cinema itself. In the early 1930s it became a global phenomenon.
Title: Cinema Sonore Vol. 1
Label: SWLTD - Swap White Ltd
Format: Vinyl, 12”, ltd 300 copies, 180gr.
Release date: October 2014
Mastering: MB Mastering - Paris
A/ Redj & Ghini-B - ‘Seedy Harbor’ Iori Act II
Iori (Prologue, Phonica White) opens the release as our main actor, and he puts an effective deep chord that echoes with a more organic re-arranged rhythmic base, finding its own way in an evolving musical landscape.
B1/ Redj & Ghini-B - ‘Seedy Harbor’ Act I
Analog infected grooves for an harbor scene like in an old police related movie-within-the-movie, distant lost voices and others voodoo manifestations of bizarre characters complete this film take.
B2/ Jerome Caproni (Zecapx) - ‘Sweet Poetry’
A sweet sensation of syncopated warm elements like at the beginning of the age of enlightenment, a poetry anchored in a old film decor: yes it could be the soundtrack about an end.