Category Archives: Field Recording & Soundscape

Luca Nasciuti ~ Kishar

On the surface, Kishar is a journey through the natural soundscapes of Scotland and Iceland, but below the surface, it’s much more than that.  In a literal sense, the album investigates the properties of what lies beneath the earth, from geyser to

Luca Nasciuti ~ Kishar

On the surface, Kishar is a journey through the natural soundscapes of Scotland and Iceland, but below the surface, it’s much more than that.  In a literal sense, the album investigates the properties of what lies beneath the earth, from geyser to

Francisco López ~ untitled#352

Much has been made of Francisco López‘ decision to include what seems like the entirety of his recording sessions at a boiler plant facility outside Paris ~ five hours in all, broken into half-hour segments, topped off by a 20-minute soundscape that

Francisco López ~ untitled#352

Much has been made of Francisco López‘ decision to include what seems like the entirety of his recording sessions at a boiler plant facility outside Paris ~ five hours in all, broken into half-hour segments, topped off by a 20-minute soundscape that

Scott Sherk ~ Alentejo

With Alentejo, we welcome back the 3leaves label following a two-year absence.  It’s also a return to recording for Scott Sherk, who defines himself as “a sculptor who often works with sound”.  This quiet release offers a gentle way for the

Scott Sherk ~ Alentejo

With Alentejo, we welcome back the 3leaves label following a two-year absence.  It’s also a return to recording for Scott Sherk, who defines himself as “a sculptor who often works with sound”.  This quiet release offers a gentle way for the

Kate Carr ~ The Story Surrounds Us

A strong selection of field recordings pepper the gentle songs of The Story Surrounds Us. Australian Kate Carr now lives in London, and she’s brought a fresh selection of recordings, taken during her travels around the globe, that both soothe and shock. These recordings are

Kate Carr ~ The Story Surrounds Us

A strong selection of field recordings pepper the gentle songs of The Story Surrounds Us. Australian Kate Carr now lives in London, and she’s brought a fresh selection of recordings, taken during her travels around the globe, that both soothe and shock. These recordings are

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,