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5 track EP on 45 Records.

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The Black Museum EP by The Heavenly Music Corporation
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8/10 Phil 31 May 2007
Onto The Heavenly Music Corporation who have a CD called The Black Museum EP. It's got a track called Christopher Lee on it which is pretty cool. The guy's knocking on and he still plays some belting roles.... Anyhoo here's some lo fi indie electronics with some nods to contemporary classical gear... nice piano and strings with some simple beats. The 3rd track Jura is great and it sounds like something that would come out on Static Caravan... all twinkly and that with a smashing organ sound. Lovely stuff..

10/10 Tim Ingham

The filmic concerns of HMC shine through here; this is music with a cinematic sweep. What does it sound like? John Barry with an iMac makeover. Intro/Venus is an out of season seaside cafe, staring through the rain running down the window pane at the empty streets beyond. Jura is the music to accompany the late night drive scene in every Miami Vice episode if they had shot it in Malmo rather than Miami. The last two are the jewels; modern Hammer horror soundtracks. The devil rides out on a wave of creepy organ and sinister glock tinkles. Whilst Christopher Lee's timpaniis boom and you can tell that 'something wicked this way comes'.


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