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By judgehydrogen1, Mar 6 2018 03:07PM

Judgehydrogen has released six albums in his 11 year history. "Musick of Uncertain Origin, Vol II" consists mostly of his classical compositions. The omni-present atmospheric textures are oppressive but compliment these works. The Musick of Uncertain Origin series are compositions that explore some of his more experimental territories that speak less to concept albums but more to a collective consciousness of impending doom. Many of these songs could also be described as film music. These compositions suggest images and emotions with their deep melancholy and tension. There is still much more to come.

By judgehydrogen1, Sep 13 2012 06:19PM

Greetings my friends,

It is with great pleasure I make this announcement: My track "A Body of Water" will appear in the new Ethan Hawke Film "Sinister." I have watched the trailer and I was greatly impressed. "Sinister" is from the same producer of "Insidious" and the "Paranormal Activtiy" franchise. The director, Scott Derrickson, has directed such films as "Hellraiser Inferno," "The Exorcism of Emily Rose," and "The Day the Earth Stood Still."

See below for Description:

FILM SYNOPSIS: A true crime novelist (Ethan Hawke) struggling to find his next big story, moves his family into a house where the horrific murder of an entire family took place. But after finding a box of home videosin which other families are also brutally murdered, his investigation leads him to a supernatural entity that may be placing his own family in harm’s way.

“Sinister is white knuckle terror. I'm not talking simple jump scares mixed with some creepy images that

induce an automatic armchair-gripping response (though it has those, too), I'm talking legitimate,

sleep-depriving, scary material that clings to the back of your eyelids. I'm such a fan of the film, which stars Ethan Hawke as a true crime writer whose latest book hits a little too close to home, and the original and mature things it offers horror fans”

–Peter Hall movies.com (on viewing Sinister at the South by Southwest Film Fest)

Soon I will be providing more information about this momentous occasion. Have a splendid day-JH


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