Pekinpah Association is home to the renowned band Silence. SILENCE is: Hladnik (music and arrangements) and Benko (music, lyrics and vocals). The duet Silence has released five albums so far: Ma non troppo (1997), Unlike a Virgin (1999), Vain – a Tribute to a Ghost (2004), Key Silence (2CD, 2006) and Musical Accompaniment for the End of the World (2012). In 2006, the duet composes and produces Volk, Laibach’s 12th album. In 2015, Laibach and Silence become the first Western alternative acts to perform in North Korea. Silence have written numerous scores for plays and dance performances. They regularly collaborate with theatre directors Matjaž Pograjc, Tomaž Pandur, Aleksandar Popovski and Primož Ekart. The duet's discography includes the following theatre scores: Maison des rendez-vous (2003), Love Unto Death (2007), Veronika (2005) and The Passion of the Cold (2008), a double album with music from (and inspired by) Pandur’s plays Barroco and Caligula. The duet has also scored three feature films by Damjan Kozole (A Call Girl, Project Cancer and Nightlife) and a handful of short films.