Today we're listening to Nathan Larson, a Swedish film composer, and his orchestral-drone band, Subchamber Ensemble. Thanks to Martin for the recommendation. Subchamber Ensemble just released an excellent debut LP in August. The band improvises beautiful, slow-motion string music. We’ve included a link to a live performance so you can see how they do it. Larson himself has been scoring films since the late '90s. 2005’s Filmmusik collects tracks from some of his scores, including Prozac Nation, Phone Booth, and Boys Don’t Cry.
Subchamber Ensemble Live at OBRA, June 8 2019 (30m) Vimeo
Have a really nice Wednesday.
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