Puget Soundtrack: Your City Sleep Presents Enemy Mine
$12 General Admission
The other thing that deeply moved me as a child, and heavily influenced my own music career, is the immaculate score by Maurice Jarre. His body of work is nothing short of incredible. From Lawrence of Arabia to The Mosquito Coast (another personal favorite) and Witness, he is one of my absolute favorite composers of all time. He successfully walked the line between orchestral and electronic while always maintaining his artistic integrity and style. I wouldn’t even dream of trying to score this film if the original hadn’t influenced my own music in such an impactful way.
This film has always been close to my heart. When I was approached by Puget Soundtrack, I knew immediately that this was the film I wanted to do. I feel so privileged to honor it in such a way and share it with you all.
– Miles Kazemian, Your City Sleeps
“Your City Sleeps has become one of the area’s most ambitious ambient-music makers, with a highly advanced skill for generating tenebrous atmospheres and dramatic, post–Blade Runnersoundscapes…In appearance, Kazemian bears a striking resemblance to late-’60s Vangelis, and some of his compositions approach that legendary keyboardist’s for unusual timbres and atmospheric grandeur. With great attention to detail, Your City Sleeps offers an unconventionally beautiful, superior way to chill.” – Dave Segal, The Stranger