Music Through Pictures - Vlad Caia
- Published on Monday, 15 February 2016 22:26
Music Through Pictures is where we attempt to highlight the relationship between art, sound, images and music whilst also getting an insight into the musical minds of some of our favourite DJs and producers...
Those of you who are familiar with the sounds of Vlad Caia, will know why we were incredibly excited at MEOKO HQ when we had his name up next on the list of artists for Music Through Pictures. With an output of incredible beats, ranging from punchy minimal hooks to warped and experimental soundscapes, Vlad is truly a passionate musican and we couldn't wait to see what the artist would give us. For those of you who don’t know, take a moment to view what is, as expected, one of the most interesting responses to the series yet. This week, we delve a little deeper into the vast and varied rabbit hole of musical knowledge and inspiration that makes Vlad Caia tick…
'The chromatic and the landscape resemble scenes from this iconic sci-fi movie. The soundtrack is amazing and includes early electronic compositions.'
Track:Gil Mellé - The Andromeda Strain
'A good friend of mine introduced me to this track and I got instantly locked on the groove and that little electric piano that plays in the background.'
Track: Tucka Da Huntaman - Watch Your Back (Instrumental Version)
' It reminds me of Les, one of my favourite composers of the 20th century. He has a lot of Tiki theme influences in his music.'
Track: Les Baxter – Sophisticated Savage
'King Decebalus, the last king of Dacia. I’ve chosen the “Aum” track for this picture composed by Corneliu Cezar, a Romanian composer and a very important post-modernism musical figure. His music together with this mountain carving transcends the object of space and time.'
Track: Corneliu Cezar – Aum
'Light and water'
Track: Osvaldo Golijov - Call
'You never know when you will end up or even stop. Bonus: the structure looks unsafe and you might fall any time now.'
Track: Arnold Dreyblatt - Point Rotation
'This picture instantly sent me to NIN, especially this beautiful track written by Trent and Atticus Ross. It personally conveys a sense of solitude, disconnection and reflection.'
Track: Nine Inch Nails - Ghosts I – 2
'That guy is on fire he needs something to stomp his feet at. One of my favourite tracks from the “Casino” soundtrack.'
Track: Ramsey Lewis Trio – The In Crowd
'Obligatory BoC track. It does have a bit of going back to childhood moments doesn’t it?'
Track: Boards of Canada - Satellite Anthem Icarus
'Acid colour trip into the sun.'
Track: Alan Hawkshaw - Mile High Swinger
By Eileen Pegg
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