This is an exclusive soundtrack for all who subscribe to the William Ryan Fritch: Leave Me Sessions Subscription Series. Limited to 175 Subscribers. To reserve your spot, subscribe here: losttribesound.bandcamp.com/album/leave-me-sessions-subscription-series-pre-order
Award winning filmmaker/editor Fiona Otway's feature film The Sum Of Its Parts introduces some of the world’s foremost robot researchers alongside tomorrow’s future leaders in robotics. This film explores the messy front lines of the crusade to make robots part of our everyday experience. From initial sketches, to soldering wires, to programming actions and performing experiments “in the wild”, scientists, high school students, and artists obsessed with bringing robots to life are shaping a new era in our relationship with technology. Yet, by observing their successes and failures along the way, what becomes clear is that robots actually have a lot to teach us about what it means to be human. The Sum of Its Parts is a celebration of hands-on human creativity, and a contemplation of our deep need for connection and community as a source of meaning in our lives.
Its soundtrack, composed and performed by William Ryan Fritch, is a dynamic counterpart to the film's central themes and philosophical inquiries. The score's markedly organic instrumentation (string ensemble, french horn, vibraphone and prepared piano), is wrought into circuitous rhythms and patterns that hum, churn and grind with a mechanical steadiness that belies the achingly human and expressive compositions they propel.
Due to the sheer amount of incredible music composer/singer-songwriter William Ryan Fritch (aka Vieo Abiungo, Death Blues Ensemble) has amassed over the last couple years, a period of time we now call the “Leave Me Sessions,” Lost Tribe Sound decided to present this body of work as a sub- scription package (Limited to 175 Subscriptions)
Fans of Mr. Fritch’s music who sign up for this series will be treated to an extraordinary collection of music, the finest work of his career, curated and presented free of fluff or filler. Subscribers will receive over 6 1/2 hours of his inimitable compositions and songs spanning 3 full-length physical albums, 4 EPs, 2 soundtracks of which includes The Sum of Its Parts, and exclusive subscriber-only music and content! Plus, the first 50 subscribers only will receive an advanced postcard format download of William Ryan Fritch’s – Music for Film Vol. I. In total, the Leave Me Sessions Subscription Series encompasses 10 albums and some 110 plus songs, and is one of the most ambitious and satisfying projects LTS has ever brought to life.