|1.||"The Nothing Changes"|
|2.||"Pearls For Swine"|
|3.||"Adaption Of The Koto Song"|
|6.||"Rivers Of Congo"|
|11.||"March Of The Swine"|
The Kilimanjaro Dark Jazz Ensemble's form of mutant jazz, slithers and slides...delicately painful. Each song is a little story of heartache, hope and perseverance, seamlessly fusing analogue and digital. The music is a soundtrack to non-existing movies, inspired by the worlds of The Quay Brothers, Hieronymus Bosch, Picasso, Goya, Murnau and Lang. Jason Kohnen (from Bong Ra fame) and Gideon Kiers started TKDJE around the turn of the century, creating new soundtracks to existing silent movies such as Murnau's Nosferatu and Lang's Metropolis. Both graduated at the School of Arts, majoring in audiovisuals and multimedia. Their audio/visual concept developed into creating visual music supported through existing film fragments to intensify the audio. Indeed a delicately painful but beautiful album.
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