UMN (The Red Turtle)

By: Arthur King (Dolby Atmos MKV & MP4 + QUARK FLAC)
Type: Digital Download
UMN (The Red Turtle) is Arthur King's improvised composition and performance inspired by Michaël Dudok de Wit's "The Red Turtle," recorded live at The River LA on May 24, 2023. The album was recorded by Andy Petr and Jennifer Kraus, produced and mixed by Peter Walker and KamranV, and mastered by Phil Feinman and KamranV. This release is encoded using the dublab Quadraphonic Universally Accessible Resource Kit (QUARK), enabling binaural listening via standard 2-channel playback, immersive hi-fi receivers, or computer. This album is quad immersive via all formats: digital download, streaming (Spotify, SoundCloud, YouTube, etc), radio broadcast, cassette tape and high-resolution Dolby Atmos.


  1. Preamble
  2. Part One
  3. Part Two
  4. Part Three
  5. Part Four
  6. Part Five
  7. Part Six
  8. Part Seven
  9. Part Eight
  10. Part Nine
  11. Part Ten
  12. Part Eleven
  13. Part Twelve
  14. Part Thirteen

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Arthur King

Arthur King is an experimental musical ensemble seeking to engage the tension between the known and unknown inherent in creative expression. As one of the many endeavors coming out of multimedia artist Peter Walker’s AK Studio, the group’s music is a study in uncertainty, fluid adaptation, and musical connectivity. UMN (Unknown Movie Night) is a recurring series of live film-scoring events where the selected film is unknown to both audience and band until it begins. Discerning film selectors and a rotating cast of guest musicians join Arthur King in making each event unique, taking participants on a journey into the unknown.