“OverCast” is a themed series of eclectic podcast mixes (genres ranging from fringe electronica, drum ‘n’ bass, trip-hop and downtempo, avant-garde-jazz-classical, spoken-word sound collage) and curated by the Day For Night artists Eric Scott, Salvador Dalek, Peter Moraites and more.
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Day 020 : “Music From The Park” (Found Mix)
Day 030 : “Addictaphone” (The Creativity Podcast)
Day 060 : “Re:Fresh” (Salvador Dalek Mix)
Day 070 : “Hospital Radio” (Day For Night Mix)
Day 100 : “Terminus” (Day For Night Mix)
The setting of this work takes the listener, over seventeen minutes, along a journey – from the factory (the birthplace) to the stage (youth – through theatre, spectacle and illusion) via the countryside (peace, retirement) and concluding in a sanctuary. This HORSPIEL indirectly references the human condition, from birth to death. …HORSPIEL is a tribute as well to the late composer Luc Ferrari, who passed away in 2005 and who is greatly missed by all those who knew and loved his work.
A guide to the original Luc Ferrari sounds used in the piece are available from this link:
Extract From Composer’s Notes by Eric Scott
…Ferrari introduces his Tautologie; whereby a machinist’s saw signals a Caesarean birth as the “Usine” groove smashes in, punctuated by sharp attacks and pulsations, and presaging the Shakespearean (Stratford) montage of violent battle, with sword hits and exclamatory grunts. Le petit train (Strauss) then takes us out… and into an atmospheric segment, leading us to an adaptation of an original Salvador Dalek work – “Doop” – remixed from the original replacing all original percussion with recordings of Luc’s… The peacock screech, intended to represent the danger element in the work…
…The ambient textures from Chronopolis : Sons Tendus Électroniques forming a pulsating audio bed beneath this piece which integrates breakbeats and fretless bass. Nearing the fourteen-minute mark, more of those damned peacocks, and the bells of St. Antoine bid their farewell to us as our train leads us away once again, revealing the organ sounds from Chopin : Ambiance Église Orgue et Marteau… and carry us away again through time …And we are left with the image of receding sound of footsteps in the monastery…
New York City, Sunday November 7, 2010 — On the red carpet at the premiere of new movie “Morning Glory,” Harrison Ford, J.J. Abrams, Rachel McAdams and Jeff Goldblum talk candidly about epilepsy and hopes for a cure. Other interviewees featured include co-stars Patrick Wilson, Arden Myrin, J. Elaine Marcos, Alice Callahan, Rick Younger, plus singer Natasha Bedingfield (featured song “Strip Me” from the soundtrack), producer Sherryl Clark, “Morning Glory” writer Aline Brosh McKenna.
For full ‘Red Carpet’ reel and for more information about epilepsy, please visit:
The Epilepsy Foundation also commissioned this media segment:
Washington, D.C., November 11, 2010 PRNewswire The Epilepsy Foundation’s National Epilepsy Awareness Month gets a boost from Paramount Pictures and JJ Abrams’ Bad Robot Productions with a red-carpet affair and after party for Morning Glory, starring Harrison Ford, Diane Keaton, and Rachel McAdams. The event benefits TalkAboutIt.org, created by Greg Grunberg in collaboration with the Epilepsy Foundation.
More about Talk About It! here.
In a post-post-modern art world where there is little agreement as to who the reigning masters are, and even less agreement about the direction of its many divergent schools, California artist Andy Lakey has managed a juggernaut painting career that continues to unfold in unexpected paths and in richly provocative ways.
This Flash animated EPK by Day For Night presents the closing statistics for 2007 for home-based travel organization Y.T.B. International; a visual interpretation of the April press release sourced from PR Newswire at ytbi.com.
Original Music: “Soultrician” by Mr. No-Logo (from “Graceless” Day 049)
“Music For Targeted Television Advertising” (Day 052) shows Rhythm Factory – composer/producer Eric Scott – releasing an eclectic, electronic soundtracks compilation to coincide with the latest video scores.
Despite the Eno-esque references made by its ironic title, this 2005 collection is composed of professionally-commissioned soundtracks, representing Eric Scott’s underscores and output for commercial clients including INVIDI, artist Andy Lakey and ONE Media.
Launch of the new homepage for the Day For Night imprint and label. This portal for the eBay Day For Night One-Stop-Shop, also features a live Day For NightNetRadio stream, and featuring additional samples from newest MP3 singles from our own NIGHTblog and full-length releases.
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For Bio-Logic Aqua Technologies, Day For Night scored this 0:10 commercial for Nature’s Tears Eye Mist.
“Program Youself” by Peter Moraites (with typography by Alyson Boote and music by Salvador Dalek) became the #1 featured video on YouTube, and had been put into rotation on a Washington DC-based NBC cable affiliate, dedicated to the arts.
Before all of the pieces had begun to receive a lot of attention from other interested parties, as well as from galleries.
The “Program Yourself” video was soon afterwards collected as part of the DVD “Spelling Test” (Day 077.dvd).
It’s finally here – the official website for renaissance man and VJ, illustrator, writer, director, graphic artist, motion graphics editor and composer Peter Moraites.
Forming a virtual gallery of the artist’s own videos, music, writings and notes from the pages of his many sketchbooks, this site offers yet another window into the creative mind that brought to the world the imaginative videos “Program Yourself,” “Twitterpation,” “Linetwine,” “Simpletongue” and “Learning Curve,” among many others. The full motion graphics work by this young director can also be seen on his DVD “Spelling Test.”
Tune in to Day For Night.fm [ Day 083 ] – Day For Night’s own NetRadio and listening post – now live, and requiring only QuickTime, for instant access to a vast assortment of tracks from the full artist roster. You may listen to and purchase all available tracks for download as MP3s, or as commercial releases on CD through our shop.
Also don’t forget to check in on our NIGHTBlog, where latest track mixes – many works in progress – are posted and updated to our audio blog throughout the week.
ONE Media provides Interactive Television (iTV) content solutions for advertisers through their agencies. Their primary focus is to help advertising agencies evolve the changing world of television.
In early October 2005, Eric Scott composed and produced the musical underscore and custom audio design for their 2005 interactive DVD presentation to investor partners. The finished track, “Sometimes Why,” evinces an intriguing, and occasionally unsettling vowel movement; an orchestration of crowd walla and digitally-processed spoken voice samples.
Full selections from the soundtrack can be heard on “Music For Targeted Television Advertising” (Day 051).