Influences: Borusiade

Kraftwerk, Ingmar Bergman, Jarmusch, Andrei Tarkovsky and more.

Influences: Borusiade

Kraftwerk, Ingmar Bergman, Jarmusch, Andrei Tarkovsky and more.

This month marks the release of a brand new album on Comeme by rising star Borusiade. Now 'rising star' might seem a cliched term of phrase however it is important to emphasise the importance of her arrival and the prominent contribution she has made to electronic music in a relatively short space of time. Since 2016 she has released a steady stream of singles on the likes of Correspondant, Comeme and the Minimal Wave sub label Cititrax. Her music has been adopted and supported by the best and her singular take on dark experimental electronics has left her very much in demand. 

As you might expect her influences transcend far beyond the traditional realms of dance music or anything of the sort. We invited her to select formative tracks, films and music whilst discussing their position in her musical trajectory. She will play at Nuits Sonores in Lyon this coming May...

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The Seventh Seal - The Knight Meets Death

I discovered Ingmar Bergman’s work at quite an early age and it became of my leaders through film school study as well as after and I still can’t stop getting so much inspirational input whenever I watch his films again I chose this scene from “The Seventh Seal” its beautiful metaphysical dimension, so typical for Bergman and the sombre yet playful atmosphere - the knight plays chess with death whens he comes to take him, in order to win more time.

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