Mathieu Le Lay’s short documentary film West Empire – has been officially selected in 4 upcoming international film festivals. The beautiful documentary features score by The Gentleman Losers:
– at 25th Arizona International Film Festival happening this month in Tucson, Arizona, from 14th April to 1st May;
– at 8th TRT Belgesel Ödülleri Documentary Awards in Istanbul, Turkey, from 12th to 17th May;
– at Wales International Doc Fest 2016 in Blackwood, Wales (UK) from 12th to 14th May;
– at 10th High Desert International Film Festival à Pahrump, Nevada, from 27th to 29th May.
Official trailer: http://vimeo.com/157864530
Not to make a big deal out of this or anything, but that’s our new album. It’s done!
Incredibly beautiful documentary film about people living in the ghost towns out in the American West by the very talented director Mathieu Le Lay. Definitely worth watching. With the added bonus of featuring many of our songs. A perfect pairing of images and music, even if we say so ourselves!
Geeking out with Nils Frahm in his stupendous studio in Berlin. Here we are in reverence of the wonder of Swiss engineering known as the Nagra tape machine. “It still runs even if it’s opened!” Nils cooked dinner and we downed a couple bottles of wine. Had a blast!
We’re featured on this great mix curated by Nils Frahm , coming out in September, now on pre-order. We’re in good company with Bibio, Boards Of Canada, Miles Davis, Four Tet (Official)t and an exclusive spoken-word piece by actor Cillian Murphy. Vinyl, CD + download. Worth checking out!
A propitious new year to all!
We’re eager to let you hear our new tunes, and that will happen soonish. Things are gonna be kicking up a notch in a bit. In the meantime, here’s a trailer for a film that’s coming out Jan 9th in select theatres in the US and on VOD outlets. Both the trailer and the film feature our music.
The new album is getting along nicely. After tracking we moved to a new place. We start mixing in few days. Still waiting some boxes that Santa didn’t bring.
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Here’s a really, really lovely short documentary film on Dazed Digital featuring our music. Directed by Jake Narang for Vile Films. Nice!
Jake Narang meet with fine artist and tattooist to the stars Henry Hate. Starting out life in Orange County, LA under religious family values, Hate’s homosexuality clashed decisively with his upbringing and after leaving the army he sought refuge in Queercore: a vibrant and unabashed gay punk scene. Now Hate runs Prick Tattoo in London, achieving notoriety through his tattoos with high profile clients including the late Amy Winehouse and Alexander McQueen.