on life, music etc beyond mainstream



„Despite A Winged Victory for the Sullen being associated with film score type music, trying to survive the process of creating the modern film score is not for people with fragile egos. It requires those who are the most responsive to change. The director and the film presented a new set of challenges, so we decided to stop thinking about cinema as an object, and moved closer to using the film’s images as triggers for experiences. The more we were able to let go, and see the music as something that happens, like a process — not a quality, the more we were able to reach a place that sounded like us. It was as if we were making our first record all over again, except being filtered through another language littered with dead metaphors.“

(A Winged Victory for the Sullen)


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  1. Michael Engelbrecht:

    „Sogar einen eigenen Schnaps gibt es links der Weser inzwischen: Kalabums heißt er, ein altes Wort für Purzelbaum. Dahinter verbirgt sich ein Ingwer-Likör, der auch schon mal im Kulturbunker im Steintor ausgeschenkt wird. Gebraut wird Kalabums an einem geheimen Ort in der Neustadt.“ (Weser Kurier)

  2. Norbert Ennen:

    Herr Engelbrecht, was machen Sie in meiner alten Heimat?

  3. Michael Engelbrecht:

    Herr Ennen, warten Sie ab!

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