tarkovksyprojectcoverMYASNOYEThe Drive to Uqbar’s “Station No. 2: Myasnoye” used for soundtrack.

Italian filmmaker Manuele Cecconello has included multiple tracks from The Drive to Uqbar’s “Station No. 2: Myasnoye” for the soundtrack to his film; “Aeterna melancholia”, a poetic homage to filmmakers Andrei Tarkovsky and Ingmar Bergman. His work will soon hit the film festival circuit.

In Cecconello’s words: “Islands. Silence. Loneliness.
In 2010 I made a trip to Gotland, the swedish island.
I wanted to live – even if for a few days – in those enigmatic landscapes which have been scenery to important films for my life. Last Andrej Tarkovskij’s work, “The Sacrifice”. And then “The Shame”, “Through a Glass Darkly”, “Persona”, by Ingmar Bergman. Aeterna melacholia is a meditation about artistic creation, self investigation and hope.”

 

R-4275325-1360428524-8149.jpegAdditionally, The Drive to Uqbar is happy to be included on this James Joyce dedication compilation from netlabel Haze.

Go here to listen to compilation.

Label info on compilation series: “About Sound Interpretation project
The HAZE Netlabel presents the project Sound Interpretations. In this project we propose to rethink literary heritage of the 20th century. Over the 2012-2013 years, each month we will release the compilation dedicated to the 12 most outstanding writers of the 20th century.
You can listen to and download our compilations here: Sound Interpretations.”