Daisy Berkowitz On Fetish Film Soundtrack
I figure it's not Manson news but might be of interest to people who like Berkowitz.
LOS ANGELES,Oct. 12 /PRNewswire/ -- As co-founder of groundbreaking industrial/hard rock band Marilyn Manson, Scott Putesky – aka Daisy Berkowitz – knows a thing or two about fetish and shock subculture, making him the perfect choice to score a fetish film like Snatched– the latest offering from Los Angeles adult studio GwenMedia, which is now available through GwenMedia's master distributor, BDSM giant Stockroom,Inc.
GwenMedia –which is famed for its authentic, high-quality girl-girl fetish films – scored with a soundtrack from Putesky, says the production company's Creative Director, Daniel Sest. "When I met Scott earlier this year," says Sest, "I felt his musical approach would be perfect for a film as unique and sexy as this one." Featuring fetish superstars Mistress Aradia and Anastasia Pierce, Snatched is a story of abduction, love, and lust. Mistress Aradia plays a beautiful monster – a serial kidnapper of gorgeous women that finds herself in a demonic state of rapture, addicted to her juicy victim, Anastasia Pierce.
"The musical sequences are an amazing fit to the film," says Daniel. "Snatched is a special video that will satisfy many different fetishes." The film's sexy, hair-raising action puts the actresses – clad in shiny skin-tight latex – through a broad-ranging fetish repertoire that includes breath control; strap on play; bondage; and a wicked electrosex scene where razorblades are attached to Pierce's fingertips, who then struggles to keep from tearing the electrodes from her skin and cutting herself in the process as the electricity is cranked up.
Providing a musical counterpoint to a narrative that moves from the intensely frightening to the intensely sensual is certainly a challenge, but with cinematic music credits that include David Lynch's Lost Highway, proto-cyber thriller Strange Days and teen angst/media horror flick SFW, Putesky is no stranger to writing music that follows the twists of a diabolical plotline. In Snatched, Putesky's signature sound not only entices and excites, but suits the ever-shifting emotional tone of the film.
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