Stunning Low Sky may be the quasi-solo endeavor of multi-instrumentalist, but primarily guitarist, David Koslowski. Also within the Chapel Hill, NC, brand-new influx group Gerty, along with a vocalist/guitarist for punk music group Liquor Bicycle, he got the theory for the instrumental rock and roll of Vivid Low Sky when he’d constitute music to accompany pictures on it set once the audio was rejected. For Vivid Low Sky’s 2000 debut recording, Music for Films Unmade, he recruited close friends from other rings to greatly help, including Shirle Hale of Gerty, Tom Moore from Plow, Miyuki Furtado from Airport terminal ’77, and J. Robbins from Jawbox and Burning up Airlines. None of these, or the rings they performed in, were any longer household titles than Koslowski, needless to say. Koslowski wrote practically all from the music on Music for Films Unmade, and the effect is amazing postmodern instrumental rock and roll having a moody believe that employs a variety of guitar mixes and textures, occasionally abrasive, but very much indeed having a cinematic experience. Fans of additional similar, however, not as well similar, instrumental alternate rock acts from your era, such as for example Scenic and Close friends of Dean Martinez, should check them out.