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Steven McInerney's 27 minute meditation on the universe features a score of manipulated creaks

Running at 27 minutes and featuring a soundtrack by Chris Weaver and Robin The Fog aka Howlround, A Creak In Time is a sc-fi themed meditation on our ever-expanding universe.

Divided into two parts, the film's soundtrack was composed entirely from recordings of creaking objects, manipulated on magnetic tape machines.

You can pick up a copy of A Creak In Time on 180g vinyl LP with printed inner sleeve, complete with video stream link. It's out via director Steven McInerney's Psyché Tropes label.

Robert Barry reviewed the release in The Wire 397. Subscribers can read the review via Exact Editions.

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