The Fantascapes

It’s been a while since I produced any new music, so I was pleased to help my partner, the French Artist Miki, when she asked for a short film and musical soundtrack to introduce her “Fantascape” series to the world. I love these particular art pieces that she’s created, so it was a joy to try and create a musical atmosphere to complement them.

I went for an ambient kind of percussion feel, with washes of ethereal-sounding keyboards, a mellow bass and some distant, cranked-up messy lead guitar to round it all off….Enjoy!

Kev Moore


8 Responses to “The Fantascapes”

  1. Beautiful music, beautiful paintings!

    Madame Monet

  2. many thanks, Madame Monet! It wasn’t hard to be inspired by Miki’s beautiful creations.

  3. You two are a talented couple. I loved it… The paintings were stunning and the music matched perfectly…

  4. Thanks for your kind comments, Pomegranate! I like to think the artist and the musician match perfectly, too! 🙂

  5. Reminds me of The Painter & The Poet painting my friend did for me while we were drinking wine and working several years ago. The collaboration in silence is beautifully expressed in this montage of the artist and the painter.


    You might see this around on others blogs but I had to share it with you because it might mean something to you,

    Rainer Maria Rilke in Letters To A Young Poet,

    ”Go within and scale the depths of your being from which your very life springs forth. At its source you will find the answer to the question, whether you must write. Accept it, however it sounds to you, without analyzing. Perhaps it will become apparent to you that you are indeed called to be a writer. Then, accept that fate; bear its burden, and its grandeur, without asking for the reward that might possibly come from without. For the creative artist must be a world of his own and must find everything within himself and in nature, to which he has betrothed himself.”

  6. I’m glad you posted this today Kev, because I found it quickly and showed it at lunchtime to the workshop students and they loved it! And fun that they’d met Miki and Kev the day before on Skype! I’m always struck by the sheer prolificness (is that a word?) of Miki and you.

  7. traceycullen-is-williams Says:

    are you kevin from the tubeless hearts. i used to babysit for chris who went out with trev back in the early 80’s

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