Soundwalk Collective - Eternity (w. Patti Smith)

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Soundwalk Collective with Patti Smith - Eternity (Official Video)

Soundwalk Collective with Patti Smith featuring Philip Glass and the Sufi group of Sheikh Ibrahim.

Taken from 'Mummer Love', the second album in the Perfect Vision triptych collaboration between Soundwalk Collective and Patti Smith.

Released 8th November via Bella Union, order here:

Directed by Stephan Crasneanscki
Pictures by Éponine Momenceau, Stephan Crasneanscki, Anastasia Ivanova
Editing by Jenn Ruff
Produced by Soundwalk Collective for Bella Union


A rotating crew of sonic nomads helmed by Stephan Crasneanscki and Simone Merli, Soundwalk Collective travels the globe to create abstract impressions of places and people -- and how places and people interact -- that are so immersive that they transcend voyeurism. The collective's diligent research and fieldwork yields environmental recordings and found sounds that they transform into collages augmented by vocals and instrumentation that add depth to the sonic worlds they create. As specific as their process is, Soundwalk Collective uses it to capture a wide array of subjects. Their first recorded piece, 2008's Kill the Ego, presented New York City's quintessential sounds -- traffic, the subway, jazz, beat poetry, hip-hop -- in shifting, hypnotic layers. Later, they depicted regions as disparate as the Mediterranean Sea and the Rub 'al Khali desert with equal care and creativity. In the 2010s, the collective expanded their horizons with projects such as 2014's Last Beat, which used the vibrations and resonances of the Moscow club Arma17 as its source material, and 2016's Jungle-ized, an installation that contrasted the urban jungle of Times Square with the sounds of the Amazon rainforest. Later in the decade, Soundwalk Collective added audio portraits of individuals to their repertoire. They commemorated Nico on 2016's Killer Road and the French poet and dramatist Antonin Artaud on 2019's The Peyote Dance (both of which were collaborations with Patti Smith).
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