Last year Daniel Fagerström (Optic Nest, The Skull Defekts etc.) was approached by filmmaker Henry Moore Selder to score for his SciFi-drama A Living Soul. Following the movie’s horrific and out of focus mode Fagerström travelled deep into the world of Ypsilon, a brain stranded in a laboratory. Rigging his studio with dirty reel to reel tape loops, an old organ, a modular synthesizer and samples of luxurious 90ies voice synthesis he composed about 25 songs and sounds for the score. 15 of these has now ended up in soundtrack form on the En Levande Själ / A Living Soul LP as Moptaco Dics 40. The tracks range between down and out Swedish Tape Noise, Eno-like meditations and Martin Denny synth warble. Limited to 100 copies and packaged in a folded full color cover and poster, with liner notes by Henry Moore Selder. -Moptaco ..