Jean-Luc Godard Archives: The Remixes

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Ricardo Villalobos, Jan Jelinek & Petre Inspirescu
Jean-luc Godard Archives: The Remixes

Jean-Luc Godard Archives: The Remixes

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* Released on the 50th anniversary of Jean-Luc Godard’s revolutionary stand with protesters at the 1968 Cannes Film Festival.
* Ricardo Villalobos, Jan Jelinek and Petre Inspirescu each remix tracks from Soundwalk Collective’s original LP
* 1 x 180g black vinyl
* Contains imagery of the archives taken by Crasneanscki
* Design by Studio Pensom
* Edition of 1000
* Release date: 25th May 2018

A1. Death Is The Enemy (Ricardo Villalobos Remix)
AA1. L’Impossible du Possible (Jan Jelinek Remix)
AA2. Death Is The Enemy (Petre Inspirescu Remix)

Invited to explore the archive of the seminal French director Jean-Luc Godard, NYC and Berlin-based group Soundwalk Collective release their new album, What We Leave Behind. Drawing on Godard’s personal collection of shot film, reel-to-reels and historical ephemera, the recordings reveal the moments before and after the camera rolls, from stage directions and on-set asides to rehearsals, false stars and outtakes.

“There are boxes filled with sounds, words, chaos, and also silence. For Godard sound is a musical composition and when I began listening to the tapes and heard his voice between takes, it was like little bits of life…each sound has its own value. It has always been part of our working practice to venture into untapped sonic territories, discover the poetics behind them, and explore how we (as humans) relate to it, as part of a larger discourse.”
– Stephan Crasneanscki, Soundwalk Collective

An insight into to the director’s process and personality, the 6-track album will be followed by a remix EP, featuring unique reworks from Ricardo Villalobos, Jan Jelinek and Petre Inspirescu.

What We Leave Behind, and the subsequent remix EP, arrive 50 years since Jean-Luc Godard, Francois Truffaut and Claude Lelouche publicly announced the closing of the 1968 Cannes Film Festival in solidarity with workers and students protesting across the country.

An international genre-bending group of artist-musicians with studios in New York City and Berlin, the three members of Soundwalk Collective (Stephan Crasneanscki, Simone Merli, and Kamran Sadeghi) formed in Manhattan to produce concept albums, sound installations, and live performances, and have worked with a diverse range of collaborators, from Nan Goldin and Patti Smith to Berghain and Zaha Hadid.

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Weight 0.3 kg
Dimensions 12 x 1 x 12 cm
Label

The Vinyl Factory

Artist

Ricardo Villalobos, Jan Jelinek & Petre Inspirescu

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