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Enys Men (Original Score)

by Mark Jenkin

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Chop A complimentary score by Mark Jenkin to the texture of his film. Saturation and hiss pairs perfectly with the grain and colour palette. Stillness and slow repetition of daily life tasked to The Volunteer are reflected in audio tracks, phantasmagorical tension manifests in sound effects and incidental bursts. Experimental noise and field recordings further embed into the arc of Enys Men, with a bonafide sound akin to 70s hauntology scores and radiophonic fringe electronics. Favorite track: Enys Pt.3.
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Stel Very nice listen. It seems to be recorded extremely loud but a nice interesting/weird experience. Can't wait to see the film.
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Vassilis Galanos If you watched the film and felt it's part of your life, then this album will help recreate the ambience in your room or walking itinerary. It will. Also, if you are into Odd Nosdam/cLOUDDEAD sonar mysticism, that's also a record for you. I am hoping for a release of the folk songs played in the film - in fact, I was looking forward to these as part of the score, but a 45" might do the trick as well. Thank you for the lovely music.
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    Enys Men is the new folk horror film by BAFTA-Award winning director Mark Jenkin. Jenkin also composed the score for the film, which is out now on vinyl via Invada Records after previously being released digitally!

    This is the retail variant, pressed on red vinyl.

    Housed in a spined sleeve printed on beautiful reverse board, with double sided printed insert and download card.

    The film revolves around a wildlife volunteer whose daily observations of a strange flower on a lonely island take a dark turn.

    Mark Jenkin won a BAFTA for his critically acclaimed film BAIT, the score for which was released on Invada Records.

    The score features entrancing lo-fi drones intertwined with dialogue from the film.

    Producer Denzil Monk said: "To the best of our knowledge it is the first time a Cornish language poster has been used for a distributed feature film. It gives the sense that the language was the language of the island and it's nice to highlight this aspect of the film. The Cornish language is also thriving, the number of people speaking it is growing all the time and it's started to break into mainstream culture. To see it normalised in this way is really important for its future and makes it more visible. This is a Cornish production through and through and a celebration of Cornwall's rich folklore, its tin and copper mining heritage, relationship with the sea and stunning natural beauty".

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Enys Pt.1 10:31
Menhir Pt.1 03:41
Jynnji Pt.1 02:36
Goelann 00:48
Hunros Pt.1 02:24
Menhir Pt.2 01:57
Enys Pt.2 04:48
Menhir Pt.3 03:53
Jynnji Pt.2 00:26
Hunros Pt.2 02:37
Bleujen 02:27
Enys Pt.3 05:58


released January 2, 2023

Written, produced & performed by Mark Jenkin
Mastered by James Trevascus
Art & design by Dion Star


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