Category Archives: Field Recording & Soundscape

Field Trip Day Five ~ Into the Wastelands

As we wrap up our five-day field trip, we travel into unfamiliar territories ~ mysterious lands marked by strange and unsettling sounds.  Your guides for these journeys:  Luci Forcucci, Yannick Dauby & Hitoshi Kojo and smallhaus. Luca Forcucci was given an

Field Trip Day Five ~ Into the Wastelands

As we wrap up our five-day field trip, we travel into unfamiliar territories ~ mysterious lands marked by strange and unsettling sounds.  Your guides for these journeys:  Luci Forcucci, Yannick Dauby & Hitoshi Kojo and smallhaus. Luca Forcucci was given an

Field Trip Day Four ~ Abandoned Landscapes

The abandoned landscape holds a particular allure for field recording artists, because an abandoned landscape is not an abandoned soundscape.  This point is hammered home (pun intended) by Rihards Bražinskis and Raitis Upens as they rattle around an old brewery, and by

Field Trip Day Four ~ Abandoned Landscapes

The abandoned landscape holds a particular allure for field recording artists, because an abandoned landscape is not an abandoned soundscape.  This point is hammered home (pun intended) by Rihards Bražinskis and Raitis Upens as they rattle around an old brewery, and by

Field Trip Day Three ~ Life and Death

Our field trip continues as we travel to the island archipelago of Penghu with Yannick Dauby, the deep jungle of central Africa with Visions Congo (Gonçalo F Cardoso) and the monasteries of the Tibetan mountains with Soundwalk Collective and Francisco López.  The recordings are impressionistic,

Field Trip Day Three ~ Life and Death

Our field trip continues as we travel to the island archipelago of Penghu with Yannick Dauby, the deep jungle of central Africa with Visions Congo (Gonçalo F Cardoso) and the monasteries of the Tibetan mountains with Soundwalk Collective and Francisco López.  The recordings are impressionistic,

Field Trip Day Two ~ Fairy Tales

Forests and woods are recurring themes in fairy tales, speaking not only of innocence but of potential danger.  Today we travel to England’s Fairy Glen with Josh Semans and the Bohemian forest with Ká, only to discover to our shame that the

Field Trip Day Two ~ Fairy Tales

Forests and woods are recurring themes in fairy tales, speaking not only of innocence but of potential danger.  Today we travel to England’s Fairy Glen with Josh Semans and the Bohemian forest with Ká, only to discover to our shame that the

Field Trip Day One ~ Off We Go!

Spring has sprung and the Easter bunny has arrived, which makes this the perfect week for a field trip!  We start our journey with rail sounds from David Evans, visit ships at port with Adam_is and drive across the American South with Crow

Field Trip Day One ~ Off We Go!

Spring has sprung and the Easter bunny has arrived, which makes this the perfect week for a field trip!  We start our journey with rail sounds from David Evans, visit ships at port with Adam_is and drive across the American South with Crow

Andreas Usenbenz ~ Bells Breath

Ten bells, ten recordings, three tracks, one fine album.  We’ve been waiting on Bells Breath for quite some time, ever since the sleep version appeared on Klanggold last April.  This is the “parent” recording, available on clear vinyl.  And what a lovely

Andreas Usenbenz ~ Bells Breath

Ten bells, ten recordings, three tracks, one fine album.  We’ve been waiting on Bells Breath for quite some time, ever since the sleep version appeared on Klanggold last April.  This is the “parent” recording, available on clear vinyl.  And what a lovely

Matt Parker ~ The People’s Cloud (Original Soundtrack)

Senator Ted Stevens may have accomplished a lot as a politician, but he is best remembered for calling the internet “a series of tubes.”  Fast-forward to 2017, and our digital storage is now in “the cloud,” which has certainly caused

Matt Parker ~ The People’s Cloud (Original Soundtrack)

Senator Ted Stevens may have accomplished a lot as a politician, but he is best remembered for calling the internet “a series of tubes.”  Fast-forward to 2017, and our digital storage is now in “the cloud,” which has certainly caused