Unsound Redux is a documentary film project, web journal and book that celebrates the passion for lifelong creativity.
Washington, DC -- (SBWIRE) -- 08/30/2013 -- Before the inception of the internet and on the brink of the desktop publishing revolution, Unsound created a forum for cutting edge musicians and artists to connect. Inspired by OP magazine from Olympia, Washington and a reaction against the narrow mindedness of Re/Search, Unsound attempted to create an open forum. Within the pages bands, artists and writers could post profiles, publish articles, interviews and reviews.
William Davenport stopped the magazine in 1987 mainly because he had to make a choice: to make the magazine more commercial, henceforth changing the intent, or to cease publication. As the publisher and editor of Unsound he chose the later, leaving the project in tact of commercial interests. In hindsight, throughout the years he has regretted his decision. Now after many years, he began to wonder about the creative community that Unsound fostered. Where are they now and what have they done? Unsound Redux is a documentary film project, web journal and book about the process of rediscovery. Throughout the following year or so William will be interviewing the musicians and artists that filled the pages of Unsound.
This campaign will receive all funds raised even if it does not reach its goal. Funding duration: August 20, 2013 - October 01, 2013 (11:59pm PT).
Indiegogo Page: http://bit.ly/1diI2RD
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