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KOSMIK MUSIK

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It's hard to think of a collaboration that could be a more perfect fit for Beak> than Kosmik Musik, the soundtrack to Joe Currie and Ben Wheatley's graphic novel of the same name. Currie and Wheatley's interstellar tale takes inspiration from 1970s and '80s sci-fi ranging from Star Wars and Star Trek to Douglas Adams and Metal Hurlant, an aesthetic and era that the members of Beak> are more than familiar with based on their work together and separately (Geoff Barrow's project Drokk was based on the long-running Judge Dredd stories that appeared in the comic anthology magazine 2000 A.D. in the late '70s). This 21-minute, instrumental EP is both pure Beak> and innovative in its own way. A soundtrack to a reading experience isn't quite the same as the score to a film or a television series, but Barrow and company create a mood that is indeed cosmically ear-catching without drawing too much attention to itself. Kosmik Musik's dense riffs, low-slung bass lines, and spiraling synth arpeggios thread the needle between crafting a mood and making music that's interesting in its own right so skillfully that calling this background music of the highest order is far from an insult.
© Heather Phares /TiVo

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1
KOSMIK MUSIK, Pt. 1
00:02:35

Will Young, Composer - Beak>, Producer, MainArtist - Willam Fuller, Composer - Goeff Barrow, Composer

2022 Invada Records UK 2022 Invada Records UK

2
KOSMIK MUSIK, Pt. 2
00:03:14

Will Young, Composer - Beak>, Producer, MainArtist - Willam Fuller, Composer - Goeff Barrow, Composer

2022 Invada Records UK 2022 Invada Records UK

3
KOSMIK MUSIK, Pt. 3
00:02:16

Will Young, Composer - Beak>, Producer, MainArtist - Willam Fuller, Composer - Goeff Barrow, Composer

2022 Invada Records UK 2022 Invada Records UK

4
KOSMIK MUSIK, Pt. 4
00:02:04

Will Young, Composer - Beak>, Producer, MainArtist - Willam Fuller, Composer - Goeff Barrow, Composer

2022 Invada Records UK 2022 Invada Records UK

5
KOSMIK MUSIK, Pt. 5
00:03:58

Will Young, Composer - Beak>, Producer, MainArtist - Willam Fuller, Composer - Goeff Barrow, Composer

2022 Invada Records UK 2022 Invada Records UK

6
KOSMIK MUSIK, Pt. 6
00:02:54

Will Young, Composer - Beak>, Producer, MainArtist - Willam Fuller, Composer - Goeff Barrow, Composer

2022 Invada Records UK 2022 Invada Records UK

7
KOSMIK MUSIK, Pt. 7
00:04:28

Will Young, Composer - Beak>, Producer, MainArtist - Willam Fuller, Composer - Goeff Barrow, Composer

2022 Invada Records UK 2022 Invada Records UK

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It's hard to think of a collaboration that could be a more perfect fit for Beak> than Kosmik Musik, the soundtrack to Joe Currie and Ben Wheatley's graphic novel of the same name. Currie and Wheatley's interstellar tale takes inspiration from 1970s and '80s sci-fi ranging from Star Wars and Star Trek to Douglas Adams and Metal Hurlant, an aesthetic and era that the members of Beak> are more than familiar with based on their work together and separately (Geoff Barrow's project Drokk was based on the long-running Judge Dredd stories that appeared in the comic anthology magazine 2000 A.D. in the late '70s). This 21-minute, instrumental EP is both pure Beak> and innovative in its own way. A soundtrack to a reading experience isn't quite the same as the score to a film or a television series, but Barrow and company create a mood that is indeed cosmically ear-catching without drawing too much attention to itself. Kosmik Musik's dense riffs, low-slung bass lines, and spiraling synth arpeggios thread the needle between crafting a mood and making music that's interesting in its own right so skillfully that calling this background music of the highest order is far from an insult.
© Heather Phares /TiVo

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