Back over 10 years ago a local movie company Kinotonik produced this awesome 35mm underground film Sleeping Pills. Featured in the soundtrack are several Obliq Recordings tunes. The movie’s Director Michael Lauter has decided to put a REDUX version out on HD Bluray format!
This is an Indiegogo funding project, so jump out there and support it! One neat thing about this movie is it was filmed in many unique Colorado architectural facilities that have since been destroyed! This film is preserving these interesting Colorado relics!
Looking forward to finally having a copy of this great movie to watch again and hearing our music on a Bluray HD movie!
This is a short black and white film that features actor Dave Creadeau of the band Society.Burning and music of the band Redonjon. The music throught the film is full of dense atmosphere that haunts you as you follow Dave through the abandoned mall. As the film goes on the music becomes more and more rythmic, which is diametrically opposed to the environment that Dave explores. The whole atmosphere is haunting and dark. It seems to explore the fall of society through its creation of buildings. The use of dismal space aid in the environments’ potrayal. Altogether this is an innovative look at a subject that is very cliche. As this is limited in copies, many of you might not view this, and that is disappointing. This is worth checking out for its take on the fall of mankind through commercialization and the haunting soundtrack that accentuates the mood perfectly.
— CULTURE SHOCK magazine, transmission 01.97