Underworld: _beta 16.11.2018

Underworld

drift
/drift/
the opposite of ‘normal’ or ‘usual practice’ (Karl Hyde)

Drift is an ongoing experiment that will regularly publish new Underworld material – music, film, stories, etc – right here on underworldlive.com. The Drift series is an epic year-long road trip by the band in collaboration with Tomato and friends old and new from playwrights to DJs in jazz and techno to painters and poets.

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Drift, Ep 1, Pt. 3 Low Between Zebras

Low Between Zebras (featuring the voice of Matthew Trevannion), is Episode 1 Part 3 of Underworld’s DRIFT Series. The film, by Underworld and Mollie Gallagher, draws inspiration from stories gathered through the Manchester Street Poem project in 2017 and its release coincides with Rick & Karl’s participation in a new MSP installation at the International Arts & Homelessness Festival taking place in Manchester this week.

“The original brief for the film was inspired by a story I heard from a lady who had begged on the street and how she had watched the world every day from low down to the ground. How legs & feet moving around & past her, always ‘going somewhere’, reinforced her own feelings of going nowhere.” Karl Hyde

Low Between Zebras is Underworld for the other small hours – for those quiet times when the dawn breaks and the road seems endlessly inviting.

Drift, Ep 1, Pt. 2 Dexters Chalk

A collaboration with producer and DJ Ashley Burchett a.k.a. Ø [Phase], Dexters Chalk soundtracks a new film by tomato’s Simon Taylor. Watch it below…

Drift, Ep 1, Pt. 1: Another Silent Way

Kicking-off with their feet firmly in their world of live dance music, Another Silent Way is uniquely and unmistakably Underworld, all thunderous drums, relentless acid lines and cyclone vocals, soundtracking a film made in collaboration with the UK drift racing community and Tomato and shot entirely at the Rockingham Speedway in Corby in summer 2018.