Tristin Norwell releases debut album ‘Mal Influence’
– out 2 March 2015 on Cinefonietta –
Here is the first solo release from composer Tristin Norwell.
1 Remotely Mobile
4 Mal Influence
7 Beneath The Scenes
8 Dark Face
9 Reign Of Pain
A classically trained violinist, Tristin originally wrote what he describes as a “Cinefonietta” or a string group; an imaginary soundtrack using an orchestra larger than chamber, smaller
than a symphony. However his passion for electronica and the world of music production has resulted in a unique collection of compositions marrying both classical and contemporary genres.
His career in music has encompassed scoring for the moving image, including the Academy Award nominated live-action short “Wish 143”, several Bafta nominated TV Film Features and a Mercury Prize winning record production (‘Talvin Singh – OK’).
“Mal Influence” is self-released on his Cinefonietta label in March 2015, and features extraordinary cover photograph from Mark Polyblank, and a ground-breaking video created by Raoul Teague.
watch the video here:
Tristin Norwell – Mal Influence.
Recorded in 2014 in London at Air Lyndhurst and The Pool.
Engineering by Tom Bailey & Johnathon Sagis.
Mixes by Stanley Gabriel.
Daniel Elms was score technician and Charles Mauleverer cracked the whip.
Performed by Craig White – Piano, David Johnson – Double Bass, Davina Schum – Cello, Joe Fisher – Viola, Julia Loukes – 2nd Violin, Nuno Carapina – 1st Violin, Tristin Norwell – Piano, Violin, Viola, Double Bass, Dulcimer, Butone Drums, Ondes Martinez, Korg Little Bits, SH-101, Moog Voyager, Arp Odyssey, CS-80, Glassworks.
Visuals: Photos : Mark Polyblank, Moving Images: Raoul Teague
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