Anderson Noise Scores Soundtrack for ‘Sci-Fi Punk Projects’ Graphic Novel


Globetrotting and highly prolific Brazilian techno DJ/producer Anderson Noise, who is a resident DJ at the D-Edge (São Paulo), Deputamadre (Belo Horizonte) and Mousik (Maringá), has scored the original soundtrack for the Sci-Fi Punk Projects graphic novel written by fellow Brazilian Martielo Toledo. Interestingly enough, Toledo created the sci-fi saga when he launched his own T-shirt collection in London in 2003.

According to a missive, “the plot of the graphic novel mixes UFO references, revelations of Theosophy, scientific discoveries that NASA made on Mars, and the shamanic culture of the indigenous people of the Amazon region in northern Brazil. It is also apparent that the aesthetics of the characters are inspired by punk bands of the 1970s such as: The Sex Pistols, The Clash, Ramones and The Misfits.”

The 15-track soundtrack, which is out now on Anderson’s Noise Music label, will coincide with a major exhibition for the book in Brazil.

Listen to an unmixed version below and check out a cool teaser video.

Darren Ressler

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