The Kinoslav Studio Orchestra – Kenosis [SLNT076]

"Kenosis" encapsulates work undertaken through great spiritual and emotional upheaval. The Kinoslav Studio Orchestra worked in their south studio in Rock Island, Illinois to produce another work of cinematic bio-fusion. Their north studio in Davenport, Iowa, was the site of the mixing and engineering. Contemplating the nature of emptiness, the Orchestra produced its second full-length album. In order to be filled, one must first empty oneself. If life is a bio-cinematic experience, let the soundtrack be excellent.
Kinoslava. Cinema glory.

  • play_circle_outline pause_circle_outline 1. Independence Day [08:53]
  • play_circle_outline pause_circle_outline 2. Leningrad Chimes [07:57]
  • play_circle_outline pause_circle_outline 3. Where Were You [10:24]
  • play_circle_outline pause_circle_outline 4. Stalking the Clown [03:30]
  • play_circle_outline pause_circle_outline 5. Two Heartstrings [06:23]
  • play_circle_outline pause_circle_outline 6. Tremble At The Dawn (Part 1) [05:53]
  • play_circle_outline pause_circle_outline 7. Tremble At The Dawn (Part 2) [07:12]
  • play_circle_outline pause_circle_outline 8. The Curtain Falls [05:53]

10 Feb 2015
The Kinoslav Studio Orchestra is a trio of musicians who create soundtracks – soundtracks for the bio-cinematic experience of living in the modern age. The themes are timeless, and yet the music goes to places yet unexplored. Combining the best of organic and electronic instruments, their palette provides a wide spectrum of sounds, centering in the somewhat darker regions of the ambient genre. Sergei Czerewko was born in Australia of Ukrainian and Belorussian extraction, and has trained on violin and mandolin since his tender youth. When not dreaming of budgies and tending to his tomato patch, he delves deeply into the dark and progressive ambient genre. Thomas Wakeland is a native of Rock Island, Illinois, and has devoted his life to the the pursuit of musical excellence. An accomplished bassist, he tempers his musical drive with hard work and devotion to family and recreational pursuits. Tom Janikowski plays guitar and keyboard and stands in the flames before the altar.