Waltz Through Babylon - Spirit Quest Soundtrack 7" Vinyl

A lot of people have asked me about the long delay in posting a certain Spirit Quest part: Connor Kammerer's. Well... this is why....

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The 7" vinyl record of the soundtrack to Connor's section is finally ready! Connor's record features a new, extended mix of the Spirit Quest Dub (which is made of looping diegetic skate sounds), and the night section's Waltz Through Babylon.

You can get the record for only 10 bucks here: connorkammerer.bigcartel.com

Additionally, I'm giving a free digital copy of the video away with each record purchase--including the theatrical cut of the video, and all bonus features.

Head over to Connor's site if you want a copy--it's a small run, so if you want one, get on it.

...And here is the part, of course.

SONG CREDITS:

Spirit Quest Dub:

Composed by Connor Kammerer, Tavo Carbone, and Colin Read

Tavo Carbone - Guitar, Bass

Quim Cardona - Melodica

Jima  - Sitar

Percussion - Connor Kammerer, Akiocham, Kenji Nakahira, Akira Komatsu

 

Waltz Through Babylon:

Ty Flowers - Keyboard, Bass, Vocals

Connor Kammerer - Guitar, Pedal Steel, Percussion, Vocals

Brett Johnston - Vocals

 

Extended mix soundtrack on 7” vinyl at connorkammerer.bigcartel.com

Radiohead - Man of War

I was recently asked to write and direct the music video for Radiohead's "Man of War," an released track from OK Computer being aired for its 20th anniversary.  I brought on Connor Kammerer to co-direct, and the video is finally out.  There's a lot of Mandible Claw crew tucked away in the video as extras, so keep your eyes open!  It was a plasure and honor working on the video.  Hope you enjoy it.

 

SPIRIT QUEST & TENGU - DIGITAL VERSIONS NOW AVAILABLE

A lot of people have asked, and we are living in 2016 in a post-DVD player world after all.  So finally, Spirit Quest is available to rent and buy online.  With this package, you get two versions of the video:

1. The DVD version, which continues uninterrupted from part one to part two; and
2. The Theatrical Cut, seen only at premieres until now. Features a 15-minutes intermission built in between parts one and two: a visual and audio astral journey, with a timer to get you back to your seat. For home premieres or those who want the full cinema experience.

You also get 30 minutes of bonus footage, outtakes, and behind-the-scenes from the making of Spirit Quest, as well as the original web trailer.

In addition, we also have Tengu: God of Mischief available to watch for the first time since it sold out years ago!

Both videos are here at the link:

https://spiritquest.vhx.tv/