Hundred Days (Original Soundtrack) by Tumult Kollektiv
Black Screen Records has once again teamed up with Tumult Kollektiv to release their soundtrack to Hundred Days, a game of choice, nostalgia and winemaking.
Departing from the folkloristic orchestral sounds of Pine, the music for Hundred Days strives for an intimate setting, prominently featuring a small ensemble of synthesizers, cello and guitar. The compositions are lush and intricate, creating a soothing and light-hearted score, tinged with a sense of melancholy.
"We are really proud to be releasing our second soundtrack with Black Screen Records and would like to thank everyone that has been supporting our music.
Working on the music for Hundred Days was a wonderful experience and a great opportunity to taste some wines (and learn about winemaking).
Thanks to Weinhof Lindicke for allowing us to record sounds on their vineyard, and Lawrence Herlyn for showing us around.
Furthermore, our deepest gratitude to the wonderful musicians we got to work with on this project. Thanks for borrowing us your talent, near infinite patience, and making the music sing." - Alexander van der Kruijf, Jonathan Howe & Leonhard van Voorst
• Original Soundtrack by Tumult Kollektiv
• Mastered for vinyl by Christian Bethge
• Vinyl available on beautiful transparent violet vinyl
• Artwork by Alice Ercolini and Keyart by Suzanne Dang
A01 Money In The Bank And Wine In The Tank
A03 Pour Me Some
A04 From Wintersleep
A05 A Good Day For A Chardonnay
B01 Great Grapes
B02 Rolling Hills
B03 High On Wine
B04 Heck Yes, A Pneumatic Press