It was the first release on their Subconscious Music label. [15] The film contained four tracks that Severin collaborated on with his wife and songwriting partner Arban, under the name "Darling Hate". As a result of this new direction, Severin wound down his RE: label to concentrate on writing for film and television. Backed by over 30 years of experience, we will make sure that you leave feeling full of confidence, with hair that brings out the best of who you are. [7], Severin—who was known as Steven Havoc when he joined the band—was the co-founder. [11], In 1982, he produced, and played bass on, the Lydia Lunch EP The Agony Is the Ecstasy and in 1983 co-wrote the song "Torment" with Marc Almond on the latter's LP Torment and Toreros (by Marc and the Mambas). The album reached number 35 in the UK charts in 1983 and the single "Like an Animal" peaked just outside the UK top 50. On a Sunday afternoon in 1971, he discovered German rock band Can thanks to a schoolfriend's elder brother in the army who was stationed in Hamburg. the collection comprises a necklace that incorporates a sponge for cleaning the face; a bracelet which unravels to reveal a glove for cleaning the home; a set of thimbles for cleaning the environment and picking up trash in nature. The tracks extensively used in the score were "Enter Into These Bonds" from Visions and "Prelude:Europa" from Maldoror. [5] At 15, Severin saw Captain Beefheart & His Magic Band in concert in London which was a life changing experience. That same year, Severin had been invited to be musical director for the Canadian dance company "Holy Body Tattoo" on CIRCA – described as a 70-minute multimedia "celebration of the sensual forces of submission and control" – a postmodern deconstruction of the tango that interwove film footage by William Morrison and original music by Severin, Warren Ellis and cult cabaret trio The Tiger Lillies. In the late 2000s and the early 2010s, he regularly performed live in solo, playing music over footage of silent films. [3], In 2009, Severin and Arban scored director Matthew Mishory's film Delphinium: A Childhood Portrait of Derek Jarman, a tribute to Steven's old friend Derek Jarman. [11] In 1985, he produced an EP of The Flowerpot Men,[12] titled Jo's so mean to Josephine which "has become a proto-techno classic".[11]. Cart Severin completely reworked the soundtrack – originally eighteen minutes long – into a forty-five-minute ambient album. [25], After a hiatus of several years, he released in March 2017 via his website a 6-track album The Vril Harmonies, followed in April by another 8-track album Innocence and Blood and #002FA7 (International Klein Blue). Vampyr was the longest score he ever attempted. Conservative talk radio host Jay Severin died this week at age 69. [16], In 2008, Severin started composing scores for silent films of the 1920s and 1930s, the first being Germaine Dulac’s The Seashell and the Clergyman: he also made scores for 6 short films and got in contact with Picturehouse, to play in their cinemas in the UK. Severin Wurnig. He also initially wrote many of the songs recorded by the band, composing earlier versions that the band would work together to perfect.