Dark Side


Sound can be a powerful tool to explain to listeners, in a non-analytical way, what life is all about. You should take some time to dive into the sounds of the album Dark Side. The sounds, the feelings, the ‘angst’, the chaos, expressed by many is right there. It is so important to feel where people are going trough to enlighten your understanding. That is what we have learnt from the Dark Side project.

  • Music is to heal not to destroy…
  • Built up as a result of a lot of conversations with people suffering from a ‘depression’.
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Music for Installations will not state that this is the only message! What we would like to point out is that there ought to be time invested into creative expressions from people involved, whether it is painting, sculpting, sound, novel or any other artform. Instead of studying, we need a more organical approach to ‘depression’ that is, and will continue to, ruining lives of great numbers of people if nothing will change.

The question is not what drives these people into trouble. How to get back into life is for more important. How to restore the connection between the left and right side in your brain? Understanding is more an issue than painstackingly poking into every bit of mental history.

While creating the album Dark Side, the main motivation was not a to be depressed. Certainly not. Nobody sits before his gear, and thinks… well… let us ruin ourselves for a moment here and see what will happen and what output we will have. Nah, that’s not the way creativity goes. These things come by themselves. You create music or soundscapes. And while ideas where building up into soundscapes, it became quite clear that Music For Installations was making a soundtrack for a state of mind.

Joost Carpentier

Joost Carpentier (aka Jovica Storer) is a Belgian electronic music composer/producer who has been addicted to aural vibrations ever since his youth. He learned to play the piano as a child an started improvising his own creations as a teenager. After being a radio jockey for several years, he went DJ-ing in several pubs and on local parties. In his early twenties he bought his first synthesizer and a computer and started sequencing. Since that day in the summer of 1989, he has never ceased to explore new territory on the planet of electronic sound.”
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C-O-L-O-U-R-S focusses on electronic music in all its different senses and directions. We put the concept of mind travelling quite on top of our list. Cosmic music alternated with exploration, looking for colissions of sounds, experience soundscapes, we are all in that.
Our artists are active in ambient, sequencing, experimental artwork, dance music and drones.
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Music For Installations is about experiencing. This is the place where sound meets space! Imagine being in a dark rectangular room with speakers in the four corners and only you as an object, absorbing the sound. Catching these sounds leads to sonic landscapes and active soundworlds. The music fits perfectly in empty places, dark rooms and can be the soundtrack of your artistic installations.
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Discover Lounasan

Lounasan compositions and tracks can be discovered on the following networks.

  1. Fear - signals of a dying planet | 12:10
  2. Chaos | 19:22
  3. Braindamage | 16:04
  4. Ruines | 13:59
  5. Stopped | 15:54

Additional information

Weight 0,2 kg
Dimensions 14,2 × 12,4 × 0,6 cm