“A visual and sonic voyage, told from the musicians’ intimate point-of-view, through which you can see the grain of the negative film echoing the grain of the charcoal drawings, blending with the organic tape-sounds of the bootlegs and the texture of the asphalt roaring beneath the wheels of the tour-bus” (The Moriarties). Member of the music band Moriarty, he assembled...
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