SOUNDTRACK, AUGUSTUS MULLER (BOY HARSHER)
CELLULOSED BODIES: ORIGINAL MOTION PICTURE SCORE (CRYSTAL CLEAR VINYL)
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Augustus Muller (Boy Harsher) teams up again with Four Chambers to release CELLULOSED BODIES, which features two scores, Crash and Automation, through imprint Nude Club Records.
Four Chambers is the self-described "project" of experimental pornographer Vex Ashley, filmmaker, photographer, and cultural phenom.
Both scores serve as accompaniments to films released by Ashley last year through Four Chambers.
Crash and Automation demonstrate Muller's mastery of stark, industrial soundscapes. Yet, Muller takes the compositions further - introducing club elements such as 'nu disco' tendencies and vocal samples.
Thus, he embraces the theme of body meets machine as explored in the visual content of the films.
Crash is an homage to David Cronenberg's 1996 film of the same name.
Both Ashley and Cronenberg explore the eroticism of car accidents, a fetish that feels both mechanical and gory. This violent juxtaposition is Muller's ultimate inspiration.
Featured in Crash, "Body and Machine" is a pulsing, synth anthem, exhibiting both synthetic echos and playful plucky highlights. "Perverse Technology" is a groovy and discordant number, where "Sharing a Smoke" has a somber austerity, you can almost see the hands pass across leather seats, shattered glass against sweaty bodies, and open-mouth kisses in the headlights.