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by Anna Wærum
Electronic collage, experimental, fieldrecording, leftfield or beautiful wistful otherworldly listening.
“In her sound-collages Anna Wærum blurs the boundaries between language, sound and music. From this particular point, a secretive, personal and dreamy sound-scape emerges. According to Anna the collages are made ”out of a wish to examine the moods, stories and poetic qualities which are buried in our aural world, using the everyday sounds I meet in my life. An exploration of the exact moment when a field-recording looses its concrete meaning and becomes something else, something we hear as music”.
The sound-collages are composed of Anna’s private sound archive consisting of phonerecordings made within the last 3-4 years. This archive is continuous and recorded without the purpose of composition, but as diary-recordings of sounds-bits she wants to remember or sample, of thoughts or conversations she wants to revisit.
I have a huge admiration and love of Game Music and this encompasses all the great things about the genre. Good Game Music should be that which you can listen to without a controller…….
I came across this release via the Bandcamp interview with Lene Raine. You can find out more here –
Black Gate by Kali Malone
Drone, minimalist, experimental.
I came across this via the site Many Many Women, an index of over a 1000 female identifying composers, impovisers and sonic artists.
The various interlocking scenes of experimental and ambient music are geographically dispersed but nonetheless close-knit, and the effects of significant events in these genres ripple out far and wide. 285 more words
via France Jobin – scènes — Fluid Radio
New review: France Jobin’s “scènes” is a beautiful and moving tribute to her friend Mika Vainio
by Sharon Gal
Experimental, drone, electronic, vocal, guitar, improv, sound art.