VIDEO: Watch ‘Don’t Look Now’, Broadcast’s Queasy Live Soundtrack to Julian House’s Short ‘Ghost Box’ Film

One of the key changes in Broadcast‘s music over the past few years was their highly experimental work with artist/musician Julian House of the Focus Group and the library music-inspired label Ghost Box. The best known evidence of this partnership is the group’s otherworldly mini-LP Broadcast and the Focus Group Investigate Witch Cults of the Radio Age. It’s essential listening for anyone who’s into the hauntological side of our modern age, as is the limited Study Series 7” that was released through Ghost Box last year. (It’s now out of print, but you can pick up a digital copy through iTunes here.)

Here’s what Ghost Box had to say about Trish Keenan’s passing earlier today: “All of the artists at Ghost Box would like to express our deepest sympathies to Trish’s family and to [her collaborator] James [Cargill]. Trish’s passing leaves an immense gap in our world, Broadcast are our central and primary influence and we owe more than we can say to her friendship and support over the years. An enormously talented, generous and beautiful visionary has voyaged on ahead of us to see the Summerland.”

Well put. For more evidence of just how special House’s relationship was with Broadcast, here’s video evidence of a live Broadcast soundtrack set to his Ghost Box film in March of 2009…