Posts Tagged: Birds of a Feather

Various Artists ~ Birds of a Feather Boxed Set

Did you ever encounter a physical object that instantly became your New Favorite Thing?  This occurred as I received the Birds of a Feather Boxed Set from Flaming Pines.  The set is the culmination of a three-year project from the label, which

Various Artists ~ Birds of a Feather Boxed Set

Did you ever encounter a physical object that instantly became your New Favorite Thing?  This occurred as I received the Birds of a Feather Boxed Set from Flaming Pines.  The set is the culmination of a three-year project from the label, which

Birds of a Feather: Final Flight

We’ve greatly enjoyed Flaming Pines’ Birds of a Feather series, which has just reached its conclusion with Philippe Petit‘s The Kookaburra and Kate Carr‘s The Kakapo.  Over the past few years, this series of CD3″s has brought us some of the most original work in the field.

Birds of a Feather: Final Flight

We’ve greatly enjoyed Flaming Pines’ Birds of a Feather series, which has just reached its conclusion with Philippe Petit‘s The Kookaburra and Kate Carr‘s The Kakapo.  Over the past few years, this series of CD3″s has brought us some of the most original work in the field.

Radio Cegeste ~ The New Zealand Storm Petrel

We last encountered Radio Cegeste with 2012’s to orient themselves with coastlines, a collaboration with Lee Noyes that investigated hidden hisses and sub-level tones.  The new work echoes that theme by bringing to light a species previously thought to be extinct.  The New

Radio Cegeste ~ The New Zealand Storm Petrel

We last encountered Radio Cegeste with 2012’s to orient themselves with coastlines, a collaboration with Lee Noyes that investigated hidden hisses and sub-level tones.  The new work echoes that theme by bringing to light a species previously thought to be extinct.  The New

Seaworthy ~ The Rainbow Lorikeet

Looking for something to tweet about?  The Birds of a Feather series has returned!  (Sorry, couldn’t resist!)  The latest pair of releases begins with Seaworthy‘s ode to the Rainbow Lorikeet, a curious, colorful and talkative parrot that was accidentally released

Seaworthy ~ The Rainbow Lorikeet

Looking for something to tweet about?  The Birds of a Feather series has returned!  (Sorry, couldn’t resist!)  The latest pair of releases begins with Seaworthy‘s ode to the Rainbow Lorikeet, a curious, colorful and talkative parrot that was accidentally released

Gail Priest ~ The Common Koel

Welcome to the dark side of the Birds of a Feather 3″ series. Hitchcock may have been the first to demonize birds in today’s popular culture, but the eerie nature of these animals is not hard to see. Even looking into

Gail Priest ~ The Common Koel

Welcome to the dark side of the Birds of a Feather 3″ series. Hitchcock may have been the first to demonize birds in today’s popular culture, but the eerie nature of these animals is not hard to see. Even looking into

Marcus Fischer ~ The Crow

The fourth installment from the Birds Of A Feather series offers more narrative and ominous sounds than any of the previous records. Marcus Fischer is a wizard of pairing treated and processed guitar with field recordings and homemade instruments, and

Marcus Fischer ~ The Crow

The fourth installment from the Birds Of A Feather series offers more narrative and ominous sounds than any of the previous records. Marcus Fischer is a wizard of pairing treated and processed guitar with field recordings and homemade instruments, and

Broken Chip ~ The Wonga Pigeon

Australia’s Broken Chip is a comrade of the Flaming Pines label, having appeared on several of their previous series. For the Birds of a Feather series he composed a highly subdued piece as on ode to the Wonga Pigeon, a

Broken Chip ~ The Wonga Pigeon

Australia’s Broken Chip is a comrade of the Flaming Pines label, having appeared on several of their previous series. For the Birds of a Feather series he composed a highly subdued piece as on ode to the Wonga Pigeon, a

ACL 2012: Top Ten Field Recording & Soundscape

An expert field recording requires more than just a good weather-resistant microphone.  One needs a feel for one’s subject matter, a discriminating ear, and the ability to make sound so powerful that it makes up for the lack of sight.

ACL 2012: Top Ten Field Recording & Soundscape

An expert field recording requires more than just a good weather-resistant microphone.  One needs a feel for one’s subject matter, a discriminating ear, and the ability to make sound so powerful that it makes up for the lack of sight.