Umbilical Music by Cubex, Noir Share this:TweetLike this:Like Loading... Related Posted by Jessie Martinovic 19 responses to Umbilical Hariod Brawn June 16, 2016 Great video, Jessie; to me it felt somewhere between poignant and ominous, the latter accentuated by the metallic hitting of the trowel against the instrumental soundtrack, the former by the lamb seeking succour from the quad bike contrasted with the companionship of the children. Excellent work. Jessie Martinovic – Author June 16, 2016 Thank you Hariod. Had to look the word ominous up actually. I like the many contrasts you pick up on here, and there are many. Only this morning it occurred to me that the continuous line is like that of an umbilical (chord) connecting everything together, somewhat. Marissa Bergen June 16, 2016 Amazing how a few effects and some bizarre music can make reality surreal. You have a gift. Jessie Martinovic – Author June 16, 2016 Thank you Marissa, yeah it is quite fun playing around with effects. I especially like how the lamb sounds like a cow when the video was slowed down. Carl June 17, 2016 Masterful. A nice journey nut a bit frightening. Jessie Martinovic – Author June 17, 2016 Thanks a lot Carl, do you mean ‘nut’ as ‘not’ as in -not a bit frightening or is ‘n’ meant to be ‘b’ as in – but a bit frightening ? oddboxcomics June 17, 2016 I think he meant that it was a nutty journey. Jessie Martinovic – Author June 18, 2016 If you place a nut next to the wall does it instantly become a walnut? Carl June 18, 2016 Terrible typos! I actually meant ‘but’ a bit frightening. I started feeling like a child and started remembering difficult times. The music by itself was not at all that way, but it was the combination of the two. It was a very different experience for me. Jessie Martinovic – Author June 18, 2016 Oh great, thanks for clearing that up. Hopefully not to unpleasant an experience for you Carl 🙂 Carl June 18, 2016 I love music and video that is artistic because if it is truly artistic, it does something to the soul – that’s what this did – it lit some fires in the soul. I love that, frightening or not. Jessie Martinovic – Author June 19, 2016 I am so glad you connected, because ultimately I rarely listen to music unless making a video or prior to . That’s because I find music totally consuming in itself and often quite emotionally triggering (for me), like you said ‘does something to the soul’. This intensity is something I can only handle every so often, and often helps unfold aspects of self whilst viewing along with the videos. There are most definitely tears along with smiles embedded within the film 🙂 thanks again Carl shehannemoore June 17, 2016 Totally amazing. The music and sound effects really made me wonder what the children were digging up. It had a real edge to it that made me think it might be something not too nice. xxx Jessie Martinovic – Author June 18, 2016 Thanks. Apparently they were looking for fossils ! shehannemoore June 18, 2016 Hmmm… well it sounded so sinister you have me glued…. Geo Sans June 22, 2016 exploring dirt mystery shadow and sound gnawing playfully with chords ~ such freedom Jessie Martinovic – Author June 26, 2016 such freedoms 🙂 Gabriel Navar July 13, 2016 very cool…. absolutely love it… Jessie Martinovic – Author July 14, 2016 Thanks Gabriel, means a lot 🙂 Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here... Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Email (required) (Address never made public) Name (required) Website You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Twitter account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Facebook account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Google+ account. ( Log Out / Change ) Cancel Connecting to %s Notify me of new comments via email.