Augustus Muller

Machine Learning Experiments OST


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Limited LP : Limited 'indies-only' edition of 500 on white vinyl

LP : Black vinyl

The LP and CD contains the same audio, though the audio on the CD has been split down to individual tracks. The LP is one continuous mix per side.
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Augustus Muller, one half of Massachusetts electronic duo Boy Harsher, releases two original scores through own label Nude Club records. The films, Orgone Theory and Hydra, are Muller’s first foray into scoring. Both films were produced by UK based collective Four Chambers. Four Chambers, or A Four Chambered Heart, produces adult material that focuses on DIY practices and non traditional bodies and narratives. Four Chambers is self-described by creator Vex Ashley as “deliberately ambiguous, rejecting labels for both (the) films and performers, existing in-between genres of both art and pornography and dismissing the need for a definition of either.”

After a successful collaboration between Boy Harsher and Four Chambers, with the film Archetype, Vex sought a direct collaboration between Muller. Hydra is a short, sci-fi experience studying invasion and consumption. Muller’s score delves into the film’s dystopian attitude, utilizing eerie industrial tones and wet synthesizers. The second short, Orgone Theory takes a more dogmatic approach: sexual scenarios confined within a metal box simulating the Wilhelm Reich’s orgone accumulator. In Orgone, Muller embraces more of a rhythmic preposition, referencing the film’s dynamic subject matter and alluding early work by Patrick Crowley. There’s no need to confine the score to particular genres, yet for context - within these tracks, Muller combines disparate soundscapes, melancholy drone, and minimal synth.

Tracklist

LP
A1. Orgone Theory Side
B1. Hydra
CD
1. Intro
2. Four on the Floor
3. Slow Blue
4. Taste of Metal
5. Alone
6. Arrival
7. Invasion
8. The Machine
9. Consumption
10. Departure

The LP and CD contains the same audio, though the audio on the CD has been split down to individual tracks. The LP is one continuous mix per side.

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BODX7jPNBwk