Domingo Garcia-Huidobro, of the galactic psych trio Follakzoid (see yesterday’s post on their new album), directed Partir to Live in 2012, employing minimalist composer Jozef Van Wissem to score the film.  And just when you didn’t think Sacred Bones Records could get much cooler, here they are again…producing a film.  Do they ever sleep?!

The soundtrack has a similar vibe to Dylan Carlson’s (of the sludge metal band Earth) Gold score and Neil Young’s classic minimal guitar work in Jarmusch’s Dead Man.  Wissem’s work here has a sharper bite, though.  The guitars quiver and echo with an industrial snarl.  Ambient sounds of rain make it an even more immersive experience and an even more vital addition to your growing Sacred Bones vinyl stash.  150 wax-sealed copies await you after the buy link, and they’ll be adorned with a wax-sealed screen-print cover.

The Details

****Limited Edition Version: Edition of 150 hand-numbered copies in deluxe packaging, with alternate screen-printed wrap-around sleeve, poster, wax-sealed, and available by mail order only. ONE PER PERSON LIMIT.****

Price $23

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