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The Drive To Uqbar

The Drive To Uqbar

The Drive To Uqbar


The Drive to Uqbar (formerly Minus 3)—made up of filmmaker and sound artist Keith G. Rose and vocalist Rebecca Reis-Miller—create an eclectic form of Ambient music: operatic, enveloping, disquieting, and infused with industrial field recordings. Released in 2008, the album Minus One is a compilation of ambient-inspired tracks originally written as scores for a variety of independent films. Subsequently, North Strand, influenced by James Joyce’s novel Ulysses, was released in 2010. Read more on Last.fm
The Drive to Uqbar (formerly Minus 3)—made up of filmmaker and sound artist Keith G. Rose and vocalist Rebecca Reis-Miller—create an eclectic form of Ambient music: operatic, enveloping, disquieting, and infused with industrial field recordings. Released in 2008, the album Minus One is a compilation of ambient-inspired tracks originally written as scores for a variety of independent films. Subsequently, North Strand, influenced by James Joyce’s novel Ulysses, was released in 2010. Afterwards, Minus 3 became The Drive to Uqbar and, based upon the works of fittingly minimalist artist Barnett Newman, released, in 2011, a second concept album, First Station. In 2012, T.D.T.U.

is releasing an album inspired by late filmmaker Andrei Tarkovsky titled; "Station No. 2: Myasnoye". The album will be uploaded to Last.FM soon but here are a few tracks for now: http://soundcloud.com/the-drive-to-uqbar/tracks Though music is our first priority, The Drive to Uqbar, as an entity, is much more–a voyage of sorts encompassing film, photography (though not purely), and literary works. Combining, and sometimes blurring, all of these media lines, we create our travelog; our experiences, artistically and non, are installations. The sounds, images, and words that we create are, collectively, part of what we (have) experience(d) during our drive. -Where is Uqbar? Go here: http://www.thedrivetouqbar.com/?page_id=316 Uqbar is pronounced: ook-bar…or at least, that is what we are “told”. Website for all The Drive to Uqbar news and updates: http://www.thedrivetouqbar.com Read more on Last.fm.

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