“Whats up darkness, my previous buddy. I’ve come to speak with you once more. As a result of a imaginative and prescient softly creeping. Left its seeds whereas I used to be sleeping. And the the imaginative and prescient that was planted in my mind. Nonetheless stays. Throughout the sound of browsing.”
These aren’t the lyrics of CJ Mirra’s cold water surfing impressed observe ‘Translate’ however, fairly frankly, they may as nicely be – such is the sense that this proper right here is surfing in musical type; browsing as a sound.
“This proper right here is browsing in musical type; browsing as a sound”
The track’s intrinsic ‘surfy-ness’ in all probability has one thing to do with the truth that CJ Mirra has now scored some 20 surf movies, alongside award-winning filmmaker Chris McClean.
This observe, taken from Mirra’s lately introduced second album (additionally known as ‘Translate’), options Robert M Thomas. The video, which feels just like the equal of getting the content material of the Tate Trendy injected immediately into your cranium (in a great way), was created in collaboration with multimedia artist Rebecca Smith from City Projections. For it, Smith reinterpreted the unique surf footage from the movie ‘Translate’ and gave it a singular digital twist.
“The video is one artist’s translation of the unique movie, utilizing collaboration as a protest towards the present divisive political local weather in Europe,” explains CJ Mirra.
An ode to the raging North Atlantic, the album is the official soundtrack to the audio-visual freesurfing experiment and extremely anticipated film of the identical identify.
“The title observe is orchestral, textured, cinematic with reside strings and tape-manipulated samples creating an nearly Nordic, ethereal really feel,” says CJ Mirra. “I labored with the ultra-talented Robert M Thomas who layered up so many violins and violas that it appears like a small orchestra.”
“Salt, sound, sea and cinema… wrapped up in a single neat, little, bundle”
Out this Autumn, the album brings collectively ethereal orchestral motion with digital excursions and lo-fi contributions from the likes of surfer / musician Lee Ann Curren.
Listeners, put together to be transported. Listeners, put together for an immersive journey like no different. Listeners, put together to open up your ears and let the nice sounds pour in.
Salt, sound, sea and cinema… wrapped up in a single neat, little, bundle. Bon appétit.