A.R.C. Soundtracks - 'The Road To The Camp'
Film by K. Craig

Taken from the album 'Archive: Volume One'
Released 10th February 2014 on Little Crackd Rabbit Records

A.R.C. Soundtracks are based in the north of England. Marrying bleak organ and guitar drones to distant tribal percussion and disembodied spoken-word vocals, they make for an unsettling listen. Their debut album 'Archive: Volume One' moves from sparse, fragmentary pieces ("And you’d step out", "Lee Strasberg’’) to dense, slow-shifting blankets of sound ('The Road To The Camp', 'The Hidden Home'). Its haunted, blown-out sonics sometimes recalls artists like Throbbing Gristle, Ben Frost and The Haxan Cloak.

Remix work:
Last Harbour – 'If you mean to be lost' [from 'Escape was all I ever meant' remix album, 2012]
Fuzzy Lights – 'The Hour' [from 'Rule Of Twelfths' remix EP, 2013]
Aidan Baker [Nadja, Caudal, B.B.S.] w/Jessica Bailliff – '30 Days, 30 Nights' [from 'Tout Juste Sous...' remix EP, 2013]

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