Category Archives: Field Recording & Soundscape

Ludwig Berger ~ Cuyo

Fresh from the success of last year’s Melting Landscapes, Ludwig Berger has had an extremely active 2019, starting a new label while releasing three recordings of his own.  Cuyo is the one that won our hearts.  A few years back it won Miso Music’s

Ludwig Berger ~ Cuyo

Fresh from the success of last year’s Melting Landscapes, Ludwig Berger has had an extremely active 2019, starting a new label while releasing three recordings of his own.  Cuyo is the one that won our hearts.  A few years back it won Miso Music’s

Willem Sannen ~ Plots

In Dutch, plots means “suddenly or unexpectedly.”  Willem Sannen‘s album of the same name seeks to “celebrate the passing of time” through specific sounds, some whose meanings are obvious and others whose relevance is obscured. Take a moment to consider what the

Willem Sannen ~ Plots

In Dutch, plots means “suddenly or unexpectedly.”  Willem Sannen‘s album of the same name seeks to “celebrate the passing of time” through specific sounds, some whose meanings are obvious and others whose relevance is obscured. Take a moment to consider what the

Audio Obscura ~ Gathering Silence

We love the idea of a field recordist wandering around the countryside, recording the sounds of old and long-abandoned churches.  The album begins with a haiku from Ian Joyce: Microphone in hand, I sit inside the old church, Gathering silence.

Audio Obscura ~ Gathering Silence

We love the idea of a field recordist wandering around the countryside, recording the sounds of old and long-abandoned churches.  The album begins with a haiku from Ian Joyce: Microphone in hand, I sit inside the old church, Gathering silence.

Inverted Microphones: Giovanni Lami’s Tapeocracy #2

The second installment in a new quarterly series dedicated to field recording and inspired by our love of tape culture.  (Check out the first installment, with a long preamble from me, here.) This time it’s winter, and Gio’s live mix

Inverted Microphones: Giovanni Lami’s Tapeocracy #2

The second installment in a new quarterly series dedicated to field recording and inspired by our love of tape culture.  (Check out the first installment, with a long preamble from me, here.) This time it’s winter, and Gio’s live mix

Each Morning of the World ~ Oceanian PhoNographic Mornings

Another twenty weeks have passed, and another series of Each Morning of the World is complete.  For the past season and change, this wonderful, ongoing collection has toured Oceania, collecting sounds from various artists as it continues to paint a portrait of the

Each Morning of the World ~ Oceanian PhoNographic Mornings

Another twenty weeks have passed, and another series of Each Morning of the World is complete.  For the past season and change, this wonderful, ongoing collection has toured Oceania, collecting sounds from various artists as it continues to paint a portrait of the

Kate Carr ~The Thing Itself and Not the Myth

The Thing Itself and Not the Myth alludes to a powerful poem by Adrienne Rich called “Diving into the Wreck”, which immerses the reader into the depths of exploratory self-transformation. Kate Carr has named each piece after lines and words

Kate Carr ~The Thing Itself and Not the Myth

The Thing Itself and Not the Myth alludes to a powerful poem by Adrienne Rich called “Diving into the Wreck”, which immerses the reader into the depths of exploratory self-transformation. Kate Carr has named each piece after lines and words

Cheryl E. Leonard ~ Watershed

Is it cold where you are?  It’s 7F here, which makes the cold weather recordings of Cheryl E. Leonard a perfect accompaniment.  Watershed is active and enthralling, existing on the invisible reef between field recording and improvisation.  On the surface, this is a

Cheryl E. Leonard ~ Watershed

Is it cold where you are?  It’s 7F here, which makes the cold weather recordings of Cheryl E. Leonard a perfect accompaniment.  Watershed is active and enthralling, existing on the invisible reef between field recording and improvisation.  On the surface, this is a