Andras Fox ‘Rachel’s Theme (Fire)’

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As part of Melbourne’s Next Wave Festival, contemporaries Rebecca Jensen and Sarah Aiken have directed, choreographed and performed in immersive dance performance Overworld.

Juggling a series of questions, ideologies and concerns within our modern day, they investigate how we approach, access and publish information on an online platform before deciphering what is important and what is not from the content. With a hard working team behind the performance, Melbourne musician ANDRAS FOX took charge of the production’s sound. Consciously considering new age themes, divinity and the euphoric state of relaxation, Fox has created a soundtrack to relate. Released as a cassette, the B-side is titled A.r.t. Wilson and holds five tracks, the first being ‘Rachel’s Theme (Fire)’.

Purely made of simple beats, extra terrestrial melodies and intercultural undertones, expect a sonic gypsy hypnotising you with cowbells, bongos, whistles and synths.

The physical limited edition cassette run of Overworld/A.r.t. Wilson is now sold out, though you can still grab a digital copy of the soundtrack via Andras Fox‘s BANDCAMP.

Words by Hannah Galvin.

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