Album artwork for Director by Chrome Canyon

Chrome Canyon has long been inspired by original scores that are as revered as the films they soundtrack: Goblin’s Suspiria, Wendy Carlos’ A Clockwork Orange, Vangelis’ Blade Runner, and Giorgio Moroder’s Midnight Express. For his second album Director, Chrome Canyon creates his own soundtrack to an unmade film. Its pieces are intended to spark vivid, cinematic imagination. He says, “Director is meant to accompany whatever it is you’re doing while you’re listening to it. Maybe that’s a long nighttime drive, or a psychedelic walk through a city park, the music is meant to augment and heighten the experience.” Director was recorded partly in Chrome Canyon’s home near downtown Los Angeles and partly in the desert town of Landers, outside of Joshua Tree in California. The drama of the desert landscape inspired him to create a record that could be the soundtrack to a surrealist film.

Chrome Canyon

Director

Stones Throw
Album artwork for Album artwork for Director by Chrome Canyon by Director - Chrome Canyon
Album artwork for Director by Chrome Canyon
LP

$24.99

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Released 06/03/2022Catalogue Number

LP-STH-2432

Chrome Canyon

Director

Stones Throw
Album artwork for Album artwork for Director by Chrome Canyon by Director - Chrome Canyon
Album artwork for Director by Chrome Canyon
LP

$24.99

Black
Released 06/03/2022Catalogue Number

LP-STH-2432

Chrome Canyon has long been inspired by original scores that are as revered as the films they soundtrack: Goblin’s Suspiria, Wendy Carlos’ A Clockwork Orange, Vangelis’ Blade Runner, and Giorgio Moroder’s Midnight Express. For his second album Director, Chrome Canyon creates his own soundtrack to an unmade film. Its pieces are intended to spark vivid, cinematic imagination. He says, “Director is meant to accompany whatever it is you’re doing while you’re listening to it. Maybe that’s a long nighttime drive, or a psychedelic walk through a city park, the music is meant to augment and heighten the experience.” Director was recorded partly in Chrome Canyon’s home near downtown Los Angeles and partly in the desert town of Landers, outside of Joshua Tree in California. The drama of the desert landscape inspired him to create a record that could be the soundtrack to a surrealist film.