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Music : Forest Swords - Shrine Original Dance Score (2016)
 

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Artist:Forest Swords
Title:Shrine: Original Dance Score
Year Of Release:2016
Label:Dense Truth
Genre:Ambient, Psychedelic, Electronic, OST
Quality:320 kbps
Total Time:32:37
Total Size:84 Mb

Tracklist:

1. Shrine Hale (04:40)
2. Shrine Tooth (03:52)
3. Shrine East (04:42)
4. Shrine West (05:26)
5. Shrine Hold (07:01)
6. Shrine Out (06:57)

Three years after the release of Engravings, Forest Swords (Matthew Barnes) has provided new original music to accompany a dance piece he devised called Shrine. The piece, commissioned by arts organization Metal and presented by Boiler Room, is performed by Owen Ridley-Demonick and choreographed by Carmel Koster. Most of the score is made up of sounds from the human body. The entire soundtrack is available now on Bandcamp and to pre-order on limited edition vinyl via Dense Truth. Find the soundtrack, its artwork, and tracklist below, and watch Boiler Room's presentation of the piece. Here's what Barnes said about the process of creating Shrine in a statement:"For me, the past six months has involved watching how bodies can fail and fix. I became acutely aware of the power of forcing ourselves to look at its vulnerabilities and how we connect with them. In an age when human bodies are still regularly devalued, it feels cathartic to embrace the workings and design of them, even if it makes us uncomfortable and sometimes shameful. Being able to explore that has been enlightening."

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