Out now on Vulpiano Records - vulpianorecords.com/
With ‘The Three Shades’, Vukovar emerge once more from amongst the ruins of fallen industry and issue a proclamation: but rather than spell it out, these hushed voices speak in concrete-language. To understand you must submit to the subliminal.
This time the trio are joined by 80’s cult movie star, ‘Queen of the B’s’ Dawn Wildsmith; truly a match made in purgatory.
‘The Three Shades’ is a glimpse into Vukovar’s ever evolving creative processes, where the minimal is maximalist and all things real and unreal are just grist for the mill.
The release is also accompanied by the quiet, occult splendor of b-side “33/08/45 Mourning of the Conqueror”.
Credits for Vukovar - The Three Shades:
Creative Commons Attribution:
An Afternoon with Rodin by Chris Carter Artist vimeo.com/147555963
ON A DAY LIKE TODAY by SHAWKY HASSAN 2012 MONO NO AWARE WORKSHOP vimeo.com/42084022
A SOLITARY SPACE POEM by VIRGIL DUC DOAN 2015 vimeo.com/141954351
TRAIN OVER BRIDGE by NINA BOWERS 2012 - MONO NO AWARE WORKSHOP vimeo.com/47430222
WHUPS by ANNELISE OGAARD 2013 - MONO NO AWARE WORKSHOP vimeo.com/62901716
rolo 1 _cinejornais _kodak tri-x 8mm byl horta _ r burgarell ihttps://vimeo.com/119114424
Rodin's The Three Shades NCMA Raleigh NC 5676 by bobistraveling flickr.com/photos/bobistraveling/4555046654
Auguste Rodin, The three shades (Les Trois Ombres), for the top of The Gates of Hell, before 1886 from Auguste Rodin: The Man, His Ideas, His works, by Camille Mauclair and Clementina Black (1905) commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Auguste_Rodin,_The_three_shades_(Les_Trois_Ombres),_for_the_top_of_The_Gates_of_Hell,_before_1886,_plaster.jpg