This is Kreng's score to the 2015 adventure thriller 'Camino' starring Zoe Bell (not Zoe Ball as I misread). The soundtrack has been compared to the dark-ish pop of Nine inch Nails but also has electronic elements and may appeal to fans of Mogwai's recent soundtrack work. It all comes in deluxe packaging with booklet.
- Double LP £22.99
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- INV163LP / Limited clear vinyl deluxe gatefold 2LP on Invada. Includes 12-page booklet and insert. Edition of 500 copies
- Includes download code
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Who’s ready for another round of Fake The Soundtrack Review? Here I am, woefully ill-informed on the content and narrative of film thing ‘Camino’: judging on the particular second of Kreng’s music I’m currently intaking, I imagine it’s about an old dude who has to fix up his mate’s organ, but mate in question keeps knocking on the door and asking if it’s fixed yet. Then a rainstorm happens and a big The End sign fades in, shortly followed by a question mark. Warner Brothers hire me.
Kreng’s music is so much more than I can handle. Even at its most steadfast droney, it’s used as part of a grand opera, as on the doom-crushed ‘Summoner’. You could listen to a couple of tracks from his score for ‘Cooties’ and be utterly baffled by the ever-changing music boxery, and the same could be said of ‘Camino’: at turns it can deploy ambient rumination, at others deadpan piano twinkles that recall Hauschka with none of his toys. There are full-on organ pieces; there’s hateful door-shuttering noise a la Prurient. And Kreng, ever a secret humorist, even employs those horror-cliched string crescendos that have haunted (lol) this corner of cinema. As ever, it’s a wonderful showcasting of Kreng’s talents, in what I imagine was the Krengiest film of 2015.
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