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LISTEN: Industrial Soundtrack Film Mix
Christian Eede , March 9th, 2015 12:48

Director of new film charting the beginnings of various industrial music scenes puts together a mix for tQ ahead of the film's release in May.

Industrial Soundtrack For The Urban Decay, a film set to cover the origins of industrial music, has been announced for a theatrical release in May - you can watch the trailer below. Above, we have an exclusive mix from the film's director, Amélie Ravalec, ahead of the film's release taking in some of the key figures behind the film's subject, including music from Coil, John Carpenter, Klinik and more.

The film itself looks to present "a journey through the crumbling industrial cities of Europe to America's thriving avant-garde scene". It features contributions from Throbbing Gristle, Cabaret Voltaire, Clock DVA and many more. Download Ravalec's mix here; the tracklist can be found below, with the film's trailer at the foot of the piece. For more details on the film, click here and check out a mix from Scanner, put together last year at the request of directors Ravalec and Travis Collins, here.

Amélie Ravalec mix tracklist
ANBB - 'Bernsteinzimmer'
SPK - 'In Flagrante Delicto'
The Sight Below - 'New Dawn Fades'
Depeche Mode - 'Oberkorn (It's A Small Town)'
Plastikman - 'Ask Yourself'
Sophia - 'Depravity'
Cheerleader69 - 'Up To Date'
Clint Mansell - 'First Snow'
Coil - 'Sick Mirrors'
John Carpenter - 'Night'
Coph Nia - 'Opus 77'
Lustmord - 'Blood Deep In Dread'
Jocelyn Pook - 'Masked Ball'
Herbst9 - 'Causa Mortis'
Bruce Gilbert - 'Epitaph For Henran Brenlar'
Angelo Badalamenti - 'Mulholland Drive'
Predominance - 'Four Symbols'
Test Dept - 'Truan yw Gennyf Fi'
Klinik - 'Cold As Ice'
In Slaughter Natives - 'Definition Of Being Alive'
The Protagonist - 'The Eternal Abjectness Of Life'
Sabres Of Paradise - 'Haunted Dancehall (In The Nursery Remix)'

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