Brian M. Clark | Songs From The Empty Places Where People Killed Themselves | LP

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Brian M. Clark, “Songs From The Empty Places Where People Killed Themselves,” a 4-song 12″ vinyl EP. This is an instrumental collection of “tone poems” exploring the theme of suicide.

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Brian M. Clark is an American musician, writer, and visual artist based in Denver, Colorado. Clark is best known for having overseen the now-defunct Unpop Art Movement from 2004 to 2010. Songs From The Empty Places Where People Killed Themselves is a one-sided 12″ vinyl EP of instrumental songs about suicide. In the tradition of what are typically referred to as “tone poems,” each song is an attempt at evoking a different suicide scenario and is named for the location in which the imagined suicide has taken place. To achieve this aim, Clark’s compositions range from gloomy organ arrangements, to tempo-shifting heavy metal tracks, to echoey solo-piano works, and even frenetic multiinstrumental compositions with a feel of early 20th Century Modernism. This EP was mastered by Bob Ferbrache at Absinthe Studio in Denver, Colorado, and is limited to 500 hand-numbered copies. Each vinyl EP comes with an MP3 download card insert, with links to two additional digital-only remix tracks. Clark has recently been interviewed for websites such as The Aither (Sidney, Australia) and podcasts including The Book of Very Very Bad Things (Pittson, Pennsylvania) and Queen City Sounds (Denver, Colorado), in support of the EP and his other creative works.

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Weight .3 lbs
Dimensions 12 × 12 × 1 in
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