The Field Reporter was created with the sole purpose to address the use of field recordings and the action of capturing sounds in the creative process of the music and sound art fields. On its first four months The Field Reporter reviewed 35 works that ranged from raw unedited phonographic material to works where the [...]
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Episode 18 will host Imaginary Forces. Imaginary Forces (Anthoney J Hart, b. Hastings, England 1979) is a London-based electronic music composer.Â His electronic music trends towards noise music, and is often self released. His music is also released on the label Ohm Resistance and his own label, Sleep Codes. Radius will broadcastÂ CT Room.Â CT Room is a [...]
As in his past works like Pleisochronous [Dharmasound-2007] or Fields [Brusio Netlabel-2011], Franz Rosati uses scientific metaphors to describe his sonic macrostructures. Field recordings and old folk music from Middle-East and Europe are the basic material for Theory of Vortex Sound in which theyâ€™re transfigured and distorted, melted together and structured in sound masses flowing [...]
It is on sale the 315 page retrospective catalogue “Three Years in Nodar: Context-Specific Artistic Practices in Rural Portugal,” with texts of some 40 artists and accompanied by a double CD with 20 sound pieces composed in Nodar. Price: 25 Euros + P&P (buy online at http://www.binauralmedia.org/news/en/edicoes/nodar-003) Preview of the catalogue at: http://issuu.com/binauralmedia/ Some relevant [...]
Cult photographer and filmmaker Todd Selby’s latest short is a revealing portrait of performance artist Christine Sun Kim. Deaf from birth, Kim turned to using sound as a medium during an artist residency in Berlin in 2008, and has since developed a practice of lo-fi experimentation that aims to re-appropriate sound by translating it into [...]
SOUNDS OF GRAVITY AND GROUP REFLEX Liz Allbee (Trumpet) Boris Baltschun (Computer) Burkhard Beins (Percussion) Anthea Caddy (Cello) Clare Cooper (Harp & Guzheng) Anat Cohavi (Bass Clarinet, Soprano Sax) Mario de Vega (Electronics) Axel DÃ¶rner (Trumpet) Andrea Neumann (Innen Klavier) Kai Fagaschinski (Clarinet Robin Hayward (Tuba) Steve Heather (Percussion) Chris Heenan (Contrabass Clarinet) Matthias MÃ¼ller [...]
Composed of field recordings made on the Toronto periphery, as well as in the networks (power, transportation etc.) that connect these areas to their urban hub, ‘outskirts’ is the sound of the outer boundary of the conurbation and the lines that lead to that edge. A variety of contact, hydrophone and induction microphones were used [...]
Latest release taken from a series of field recordings of locations near to my home. The aim is to release one per month and will be a constant work in progress. Within this restricted territory I expect to find inspiration in the most diverse corners and objects. Moreover to reflect on the changing landscape and weather patterns as we shift through the year. In this part of the world, West Dorset, tourism is a vital economy and the influx of people into the landscape and the extra events, businesses, etc that go on, fundamentally changes this place. Iâ€™m also surrounding with agriculture business with their ever-changing routines.
CartÃlagos – Felipe Barbosa (Santiago, Chile) The kyodake are the contemplation of the sounds that exist inside me, playing in a mixture with the sounds of the outside world. It is the search for a order, a pulse in the chaos. Bio: Born in 1979, Felipe Barbosa is simply a human being who loves to [...]