John Galt

by Esma

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Who is John Galt? Discover it in the upcoming Esma's concept album. "John Galt": 10 thrilling tracks of electronic / ambient / industrial / modern classical music. An involuntary soundtrack to the recent film "Atlas Shrugged: Part II", based on the famous novel by Ayn Rand.


released December 10, 2012

Music composed and performed by Esma.

2012 © La cantina appena sotto la vita.



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Moreau Italy

Writer. Conceptual artist. Dreamer. He works as a graphic designer for products, companies and cultural projects, realizing the concept of some events in Krakow, Montreal, Taipei, Shanghai, Hong Kong and Bangkok. Composer and musician in the field of Transcendentalism, he plays piano and cello, dividing and mixing modern classical, electronic and minimal music in a cinematic way. ... more

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Track Name: One Plus Others, text by Philip K. Dick
"What is real? Because unceasingly we are bombarded with pseudo-realities manufactured by very sophisticated people using very sophisticated electronic mechanisms. I do not distrust their motives; I distrust their power. They have a lot of it. And it is an astonishing power: that of creating whole universes, universes of the mind. I ought to know. I do the same thing. It is my job to create universes, as the basis of one novel after another. And I have to build them in such a way that they do not fall apart two days later. However, I will reveal a secret to you: I like to build universes which do fall apart. I like to see them come unglued, and I like to see how the characters in the novels cope with this problem. I have a secret love of chaos. There should be more of it. Do not believe — and I am dead serious when I say this — do not assume that order and stability are always good, in a society or in a universe. The old, the ossified, must always give way to new life and the birth of new things. Before the new things can be born the old must perish. This is a dangerous realization, because it tells us that we must eventually part with much of what is familiar to us. And that hurts. But that is part of the script of life. Unless we can psychologically accommodate change, we ourselves begin to die, inwardly. What I am saying is that objects, customs, habits, and ways of life must perish so that the authentic human being can live. And it is the authentic human being who matters most, the viable, elastic organism which can bounce back, absorb, and deal with the new." – Philip K. Dick