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Runtime: 23'50''

«Our Czech friend Petr Drkula is back with another healthy dose of minimalism for all you loop addicted fans out there. Inspired by the amazing photo taken two centuries ago by photographer Geo. R. Lawrence over San Francisco in ruins - after the earthquake, 'Two Trips down Market Street' illustrates what our imagination builds while listening to the frantic piano-keying and looping.
Imagine a silent film of old San Francisco, where people run around working their way out of the disaster, rebuilding the city and their own lifes in an unstoppable frenzy, expanding the city. Imagine the buildings rise up in fast-forward style, workers running back and forth like tireless ants hoarding off for the winter. Imagine a black-and-white, scratchy old movie showing all this. How would the soundtrack of this movie sound like? Well, 'Two Trips' is the perfect soundtrack to this silent film that your mind had just pictured.
Just press play and close your eyes.» - Pedro Leitão

* Trip one and Trip two inspiration


Downloads:

01 • Trip one .................................................................................. pt us
  [13'56'' • 19,4Mb • 192Kbps]
02 • Trip two .................................................................................. pt us
  [9'54'' • 13,8Mb • 192Kbps]
  • artwork ................................................................................... pt  
  [PDF-Zip • 3,14Mb]    
  • all tracks + artwork ................................................................ pt us
  [Zip • 35,9Mb]    

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©2008 test tube


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