Listening to…

On the 75th anniversary of Hiroshima, tonight’s listening is –

+70hiroshima
by elizabeth veldon

Experimental, avantgarde, electronic, minimalism

Reblog – Amy Cutler ~ Örö Tape: Fieldtrips of the Damned / Marina Rosenfeld & Ben Vida ~ Vertice — a closer listen

Reblog – Amy Cutler ~ Örö Tape: Fieldtrips of the Damned / Marina Rosenfeld & Ben Vida ~ Vertice — a closer listen

What is the purpose of recorded sound? As music lovers, we live and breathe it. But what is its raison d’être? Recordings transport us into distant places or timeframes. They prompt emotional and intellectual responses. The aural can complement visual and spatial arts. It can be raw material for further sonic explorations. Perhaps multi-disciplinary artists […]

via Amy Cutler ~ Örö Tape: Fieldtrips of the Damned / Marina Rosenfeld & Ben Vida ~ Vertice — a closer listen

Listening to…

Para​-​Ti
by Liliana Carvalho

Ambient, field recording, sound art, soundscape

Listening to…

Chimères (pour ondes Martenot)
by Christine Ott

Alternative, cinematic, electronic, experimental, ambient, avant-garde, contemporary, electronica, ambient minimalism, modern classical, neo-classical, noise, ondes martenot, soundtrack

Lovely review here at A Closer Listen

My short review –  How fresh and new sounding is the wonder that is the  ondes martenot on this beautiful release : )

 

Spotlight On…

Ain Bailey

Ain Bailey

Sound Artist, DJ, Sound Play

” uses field recordings and found sounds and are inspired by ideas and reflections on silence and absence, architectural urban spaces, and feminist activism. Her electroacoustic compositions are created for a variety of forms, including multichannel and mixed media installations, moving image soundtracks, live performance and dance ”

Ain Bailey

British Music Collection 


Dr Norah Lorway

Dr Norah Lorway

Lecturer, Researcher, live Coding, drones and beats

Music on the xylem record label

norah lorway


Anna Xambo

Anna Xambo, PhD
” Senior Lecturer at DMU. Experimental electronic music maker. Co-Founder of WoNoMute at NTNU. Co-Founder of online records label Carpal Tunnel.”

pyr247 – H2RI  Generated music using her self-built tool MIRLC

 

 

Anna Xambó

 

 

 

Listening to…

Lament by Patricia Wolf

Experimental, dark ambient, drone, field recordings, noise, sound art

I came across this beautiful ethereal release via this review in A Closer Listen 

Listening to…

Sans Nom Ni Forme by Clara de Asis

Experimental modern minimalist composition

Spotlight On…

Cecile Babiole

Cecile Babiole

” …visual and audio arts through installations and performances that investigate digital medias with irony”

Cecile Babiole


Clara de Asis

Clara de Asis

“…electroacoustics and minimal approaches to sound….highlights simplicity, non-intervention and active listening”

 

Clara de Asís


Alexandra Cardenas

Alexandra Cardenas

Composer/Programmer/Improviser/Live Coder

tiemposdelruido

Listening to…

A day of complete contrasts…

You may be interested in –

015: Maggi Payne

An interview with Maggi Payne… Tone Glow. May 11 2020


 

Insane Creatures

Dark trance, electronic, forest psychedelic, psychedelic, trance, psy forest, psytrance, modular synth, synth.


 

Tibetan Book of the Dead, experimental, musique concrete, voice.

 

Beatriz Ferreyra ~ Echos +

At the moment, like many, I find myself taking a step back and reflecting on how to move forward but not sure how my little journey in sound will progress.
In the meantime I am using my time to catch up and revisit sites and reviews I have missed, this being a case from A Closer Listen.
Actually, I spent this afternoon listening in full to Echos+ and it seems sonically to reflect the mood.

a closer listen

There’s a memorial aspect to acousmatic sounds that can lead towards a conceptual end-point usually avoided by Schaefferian humanism: the severing of the sound from its source is a kind of death. Echos + is an in-depth exploration of their afterlife, the composer turned into a caretaker (without the apocalyptic overtones of the famous project of the same name) dedicated to the consideration of sounds’ new state. Like a written document, the recording marks an aural element’s transition from life into its other, a technological aid that turns preservation into an art of re-signification. To care for these sounds in death is not to simply reproduce them, nor is it to circumscribe them in a narrative about mourning for the loss of a certain world, but to help reconfiguretheir meaning in a context that is no longer their own.

Echos +is made up of three pieces that work precisely…

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