From the debut self-titled album 'The Elkcloner', out February 28th 2012.
The name may sound familiar, as it bears reference to the first computer virus which was created around 1982. However, in this case, it’s the moniker that award winning composer Filip Mitrovic has taken for his latest project. Mitrovic is already well known in the film world – he has scored for films such as Resident Evil: Afterlife, The Echo, and Sleep Dealer, as well as MSNBC’S The Lockup and The Squeeze, and HBO’s True Blood. His latest innovative project is an album based entirely on live recordings and using no samples whatsoever. It’s influenced by Mitrovic’s classical training, as well as popular artists ranging from Tom Waits to Bjork to Miles Davis. It also features Chicago-based Jazz vocalist Rose Colella, whose smooth vocals lend well to the complex musical backdrop created by Mitrovic.