Lucrecia Dalt’s debut film score to “The Seed”, a sci-fi horror film directed by Sam Walker on Shudder.
Pressed on black vinyl and housed in a deluxe spined sleeve with printed insert and download card included.
“The score is heavily based on pulses that I made from tape loops from my Copicat tape delay, using various pieces of metal to create the sound of the horror parts by bowing them alongside digital synths and the Korg Monologue.” – Lucrecia Dalt
“I wanted to play with the feeling of multiple paces in it, a voice pulse that keeps us grounded in the subjectivities of the women who are losing their sanity, a synth line that places us in the sci-fi side of the film,” she explains.
The Seed’s release follows the Colombian artist’s collaboration with Aaron Dilloway, Lucy & Aaron, her acclaimed 2020 album No era solida (RVNG Intl), a site specific performance for the Mies van der Rohe Pavilion in Barcelona, plus sound installations for CTM Festival and Medellin’s Museum of Modern Art. Often seeking inspiration in the worlds of fiction, poetry, geology and desire, excavating nuanced references to untangle and respond to in her music, Dalt’s debut score is incredible stand-alone piece of work.
In The Seed lifelong friends Deidre (Lucy Martin / Vikings), Heather (Sophie Vavasseur / Resident Evil: Apocalypse) and Charlotte (Chelsea Edge / I Hate Suzie) travel to the Mojave Desert for some time away with the upcoming meteor shower as the perfect social media backdrop. But what starts out as a girls’ getaway descends into a battle for survival with the arrival of an invasive alien force whose air of mystery soon proves to be alluring and irresistible to them.