"How Will We Cross the Seas​?​" original film soundtrack

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  • Cassette + Digital Album

    Limited to 150 copies, the original film soundtrack for "How Will We Cross the Seas?" has been dubbed to this "mix tape." Each tape also includes a free digital download of the soundtrack, as well as a high quality version of the film itself.

    Includes unlimited streaming of "How Will We Cross the Seas?" original film soundtrack via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
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How Will We Cross the Seas? is a 16mm short film about communication and empathy; the pursuit of happiness; and the fear of dying alone. The film features a young couple - a folk musician and a teacher - whose romantic insecurities and economic anxieties come to a head amid political unrest in the hours before the “end of the world.” In a world that seems hell bent on destroying itself, can this couple escape the same fate?

In the spirit of the film’s DIY aesthetic, film director Shaun Seneviratne has collaborated with local artists and musicians on the score and soundtrack, which is now brought to you in the form of a cassette "mixtape." This mixtape for "How Will We Cross the Seas?" features a score from The Brothers McGrath (Cassidy and Ed) and musical contributions from Real Good, Communipaw, and Dark Moses. The music on this tape encapsulates the paranoia, frustrations and doubt experienced in the film.

Dubbed on 150 limited cassette “mix tapes,” the film soundtrack will be available this May, and are available for order from this very Bandcamp page. Mix tapes also include digital downloads of both the soundtrack and the film itself.

The film has already been previewed at the Zero Film Festival in Brooklyn in late 2012, and received the Audience Choice Award, as well as other accolades. This collaborative project by the filmmaker and record label aims to serve as a celebration of mixed media and an extension of understandings of DIY punk beyond typical record packaging or event curating.

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released May 3, 2013

Mastered by Nick Bolton at Holy Tapes

Layout by Shaun Seneviratne, Font by Jeff Ramirez

For more on the film, visit www.crosstheseas.com

DIY dubbing by In the Pocket Tapes

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I Love To Hate Records is a "record label" spearheaded by two people named John: John Cole and John Terry. The label exists as a way of lending support to friends' artistic and musical projects, and providing a bit of continuity within the diverse and diffuse community that we have been participating in for much of our lives. ... more

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