Jim Jarmusch’s Sqürl pays tribute to Dutch cinematographer Robby Müller in new LP





Featuring a vintage Japanese electric guitar ‘channeling his spirit’.

NYC-based duo Sqürl, aka Jim Jarmusch and Carter Logan, are releasing their new album, titled Some Music for Robby Müller, this January via Sacred Bones.

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Celebrating the legacy of Robby Müller, the Dutch cinematographer who worked on 1984 cult classic Paris, Texas, the new album was designed as the score to Claire Pijman’s documentary on Müller, Living The Light.

Borrowing a vintage Japanese electric guitar for the album, the duo “tried to channel Müller’s love of the special light during ‘magic hour’, his love of moving images – from trains and cars, the sadness of certain architecture,” shares Jarmusch.

Some Music for Robby Müller follows Sacred Bones’ release of Jung Jae Il’s original score for Parasites.

Head here for more info in advance of Some Music for Robby Müller‘s 31st of January release, check out the artwork and tracklist below.


1. Robby’s Theme
2. Dutch Light on Silver Water
3. In a Lonely Place
4. Magic Hour
5. While Vermeer Was Sleeping
6. Robby’s Theme (Variation)

Photo by: Sara Driver