The film Calling The New Gods, by Vincent Moon, is the document of musicians Rully Shabara and Wukir Suriyadi of the group Senyawa playing outside - and being filmed on location - tracing a path from the outskirts of Yogyakarta, Java (on the border of a rice field, on the edge of a garbage dump, etc.) until the center of the city (in the middle of a market, in a fair). In a sort of mandala, of centripetal spiral, during an entire day, from dawn-until-dusk, the film - with soundscapes shared between the music of Senyawa and field recordings - captures the powerful, unique, and fascinating presence of the Indonesian duo in the middle of the physical landscapes and human mosaic that helped create it. Two-and-a-half years after the first contact between Okraina and the musicians and filmmaker, the time has come to expose the work to a new audience: Seven songs from the film's soundtrack on a 10" vinyl, with an added etymological obviousness - that this recording is released on Okraïna, which is Russian for "outskirts", the "suburbs". Filmed, recorded, and mixed by Vincent Moon, in situ, in Yogyakarta (Indonesia, Java) in January 2012, with the help of Aniza Santos and the people of Yogyakarta. Mastering and vinyl cut by Fred Alstadt. Cover art by Gwénola Carrère.