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Published on Jan 22, 2012
In 1980 Stanley Kubrick released his masterpiece of modern horror, The Shining. Over 30 years later we are still struggling to understand its hidden meanings. Rodney Ascher's film Room 237 is an exploration of the truths concealed in The Shining.
Kubrick's film was scored in large part with pre existing classical recordings, but the score for Room 237 has taken as its inspiration the elegant but quirky film music that accompanied low budget horror movies in the 1970s. Composers Jonathan Snipes and William Hutson utilize a combination of vintage and contemporary analogue synthesizers, as well as acoustic instruments to create an atmosphere that is at once both haunting and funky.
Musicians: Jonathan Snipes - Synthesizers, Pianos, Vocoder, Percussion William Hutson - Synthesizers, Percussion David Rothbaum - Guitars & Bass Nick Murray - Drums Maryclare Brzytwa - Flute Bear McCreary - Clavinet Cristina Bercovitz - Vocal Effects