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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