This musical archive is four minutes of undiscovered sound
In celebration of DJ Sundae and Julien Dechery's SKY GIRL release, the project has been accompanied by a short film that features both English and French music archives. The album has been described as "a mysteriously unshakeable companion, a deeply melancholic and sentimental journey through folk-pop, new wave and art music micro presses that span between 1961-1991."
The hauntingly enigmatic and absorbing ambience of the four minute thirty second mini movie is a compilation of the music producers in depth research into undiscovered sounds. A musical platform for the less neverknowns, the beautifully produced album explored themes of obscure tracks "Sky Girl resonates on a wide spectrum historically, geographically and stylistically. It unites in a singular, longing, almost intangible ambience. People who are sort of more the outcasts of society tend to tell it like it is".Film makers Glen Goetze and Brendan Macleod produced the grainy documentary, with what sounds like phone call narrations and fuzzy visuals of landscapes and nature.