Steve Greene‘s track, Unbeknownst (The Wayward School) was composed for the companion album for author John Bergin‘s book of short stories entitled, Feels Like Rain.
John Bergin deftly weaves sixteen tales spanning a range of genres and topics—from the horrific and apocalyptic to the mundane, murderous, and supernatural. These are stories about guilt, anger, unknown pleasures, and death.
In Raised by Rats, a chance encounter with a superhero alters the course of a young man’s life. In Corpse Gun, a guide leads his charges across a surreal wasteland to a destination deadlier than the journey undertaken to reach it. In The Mountaineer, a determined man undertakes the Sisyphean task of delivering an extraordinary gift to a remote location. In The Bullet Collector, a teacher flees from America’s gun worship and discovers there is no escape. In The Crying Giant, a fairy tale ending eludes a gentle giant. In The House Of Frankenstein, the Frankenstein monster is alive and well, working his strangest case yet as a private investigator in New York City. In Lost in the Cold Hard Vacuum of Outer Space, a rebellious space pilot happens upon a lost astronaut who teaches her how to cool her jets.
These stories revolt, arouse, terrify, and delight—reveling in the imperfections of being human.
Unbeknownst (The Wayward School) was recorded and mixed here, at the Battler Chamber by Steve Greene. Listen to the track via Spotify or Apple Music.
You can get your own copy of the book by visiting John Bergin’s BandCamp page.
Steve Greene is owner of the Battle Chamber studio as well as a musician, film composer and 1/3 of the band Voyag3r. Check out music and mix examples on the Sounds Page.
Future (2017) a film written and directed by Get Super Rad team Rob Cousineau and Chris Rosik is streaming on Tubi, Amazon Prime and the Roku network.
2020 – UNRATED
Comedy / Fantasy / Science Fiction
A drunken, train-wreck time traveler offers a suicidally depressed barista a do-over with his life—there’s just one catch. Future is now streaming on Tubi, Amazon Prime and Roku.
Starting: Joshua P. Cousineau, Phreddy Wischusen, Claire Sloma, Conor Sweeney
Directed by: Rob Cousineau and Chris Rosik
Music by: Steve Greene
Future won “Best Score – Feature Film” at the Genre Blast Film Festival (2017) by composer Steve Greene. Recorded, mixed and mastered here at the Battle Chamber.
To hear a track from Future, visit our Sounds page. Check out the film trailer here.
Check out this blurb from Film Threat magazine: “The fascinating part of Future is that it’s not necessarily about Doug being sent to kill a future bad guy, though that is a part of the story. It’s more about the relationship between Doug and the Time Traveler. Doug is the guy who has wasted his life to this point. The Time Traveler, on the other hand, has schemed his way with many other saps, like Doug, and gets off on being there for the final days of someone’s life. He promotes falling into hedonistic desires and goes along with it. It’s this conflicting relationship that makes the story of Future so clever and different. This genre is in desperate need of both of those elements.”
Friday, January 19 marks the release of the digital version of Steve Greene’s (Voyag3r) debut solo album Electronic Dreams For A Holographic Existence. The physical versions (vinyl LP, CD and Cassette) will be available on January 26.
“To celebrate the release of Electronic Dreams For A Holographic Existence, I did a sort of ‘found footage’ / Koyaanisqatsi homage to the track The Great Barrier”, Greene says.
To purchase Electronic Dreams For A Holographic Existence digitally:
The feature length sci-fi film, FUTURE, produced by Get Super Rad, directed by Rob Cousineau and starring Joshua P. Cousineau and Conor Sweeney (Manborg, Father’s Day & The Editor) gets its world premiere at the GenreBlast Film Festival in Winchester, VA. Sunday, September 10 at 4:30pm. More information at GenreBlast.
The film was scored by Steve Greene who also recorded and mixed the music at the Battle Chamber in Detroit, MI.
Future is Get Super Rad’s first feature length film and was written by starring actor Joshua P. Cousineau (brother of director Rob Cousineau).