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Boomkat Product Review:
Chris Clark stretches out on a widescreen, noirish soundtrack to The Last Panthers - a Sky Atlantic TV show about plummy British people running around with guns and shooting off moody looks. John Hurt is in it. So is Samantha Morton.
It places Clark’s music a context that we’d imagine many have been holding out for, cramming all the classical flourishes he’s known and loved for into 19 succinct cues and themes ranging from Satie-esque ivory twinkles thru to sliding pitches and some grittier, eldritch and industrial-influenced gestures that are really quite expertly put together. As Clark explains:
“It all started on a porch in Melbourne with a viola and a contact mic. I've never worked on anything like this before and it's probably the most exciting/fun/at times panic inducing thing I've ever done.
The narrative of the show is vast, deep. It spans many different eras in the characters lives, so it needed to be coherent. The intention was to make the unfolding stories of the characters seem lucid and effortless. Seeing the show get edited down to this concise, six part slab of dramatic excellence was inspiring, and definitely helped the music stay fresh. I'm honoured that The Last Panthers is the first foray into film I've had, it's an immense project to be involved in.”