This is the danger for me or a good thing for you, that one link leads to another. Looking at the discography from Heavy Mess, a discrete cassette label. currently based in Salt Lake City, Utah and where you can find Teasips’ album from an earlier post, I came across this intriguing release from Heejin Jang.
“Crafting field recordings and digital noise into a sonic sculpture that is as hypnotic as it is chaotic. A perfect dose of ambience and frenzy.
A statement from the artist:
“The four ambient pieces that comprise “Binary Breath” are about the transpositions that had taken over my mind and body, generating a code in cipher.”
Please allow me to introduce you to the cleansing, evocative music of Teasips (Angela Frances Wilson; she’s also one half of Electric Sound Bath). Enveloped in a sightless fog, these slow moving songs rise up and out of wide, cold lakes, at first bubbling to the surface and then leaving behind a line of gentle ripples, like […]
via Teasips ~ Proxemic Realms — a closer listen
With Ximena Alarcón Date: Thursday September 15, 2016 Time: 18:00 Venue: Southampton University, Building 19 room 3011, SO17 1BJ Free with limited capacity RSVP to: firstname.lastname@example.org ‘You change my love You change my sound You sound my change You change my mind’ (Pauline Oliveros, in “The Roots of the Moment”, 1998) Composer, educator, humanitarian and […]
via PoL # 27 Deep Listening — Points of Listening
artist: Elizabeth Veldon title:three songs for a stillborn youth keywords: experimental avant garde electronic noise United Kingdom Elizabeth Veldon brings with her ‘three songs for a stillborn youth’ two main instruments into the recording range: a piano and ‘silence’. The compositions features lots and lots of the ‘silence’ but also has the carefully timed piano […]
via Elizabeth Veldon – Three songs for a stillborn youth — Yeah I Know It Sucks