Keith Utech was one of the first people to believe in what we were doing at CVLT Nation, and for that we are forever grateful! On July 15th, his wife Kim Utech lost her battle with breast cancer. Friends and supporters of the Utech family have come together to create this stellar comp called And Suddenly Everything, Absolutely Everything, Was There with over 41 tracks, and all of the proceeds go to the family. Today we would like to share with you this otherworldly visual from Ural Umbo called “Brought Together,” which appears on the comp…Thank you Keith for believing in us when others did not – we are sending nothing but love to your family!
Ural Umbo “Brought Together” from Ural Umbo on Vimeo.
URAL UMBO – “Brought Together” from the compilation “And Suddenly Everything, Absolutely Everything, Was There”
Ural Umbo are Reto Mäder & Steven Hess. Produced and recorded in 2015. Digital Mastering: James Plotkin.
Footage from the Movie “Women Without Men” by Shirin Neshat (2009)
Kim Utech lost her battle against breast cancer on July 1, 2015. She leaves behind her husband Keith and their two children, 12-year-old son Jackson, and 9-year-old daughter, Piper. Keith’s sister-in-law, Michelle Kubler Utech, created a GoFundMe page to raise funds to assist Keith with living expenses while he takes time off to be with their children and to help with the expenses incurred while Kim was receiving treatment.
This compilation, assembled by friends and supporters of Utech Records, contains forty-one tracks worth of exclusive material–some previously unreleased, some recorded live, some created specifically for this release–with a runtime of nearly 4 1/2 hours.
For more information about the Utech Family Fund, visit the GoFundMe link below:
September 3, 2015 at 5:43 pm
That label is so damned good that I always buy without even sampling the music. I’ve never been disappointed.