Posts Tagged: Birds

The June Rise ~ Birds

A decade ago, Of Raging Waters introduced listeners to the colorful palette of multi-instrumentalist Mark Yodice, who records as The June Rise.  The album sounds just as contemporary today as it did then, a burst of warm weather ebullience that builds its nest

The June Rise ~ Birds

A decade ago, Of Raging Waters introduced listeners to the colorful palette of multi-instrumentalist Mark Yodice, who records as The June Rise.  The album sounds just as contemporary today as it did then, a burst of warm weather ebullience that builds its nest

Francisco López ~ untitled#281

Untitled #281 was created by extreme mutation and evolution of bird calls from original recordings carried out over a period of fifteen years (1995-2010) in multiple wilderness locations of Australia, New Zealand, Brazil, Spain, South Africa, Costa Rica, Mexico, and

Francisco López ~ untitled#281

Untitled #281 was created by extreme mutation and evolution of bird calls from original recordings carried out over a period of fifteen years (1995-2010) in multiple wilderness locations of Australia, New Zealand, Brazil, Spain, South Africa, Costa Rica, Mexico, and

Moulttrigger ~ Birds

It’s no secret: birds are kind of getting to be a worn-down trend in popular culture. Don’t believe me? I direct thee to the infamous “Put a bird on it!” skit courtesy of Portlandia. Once quotable and amusing, now ubiquitous and tiring,

Moulttrigger ~ Birds

It’s no secret: birds are kind of getting to be a worn-down trend in popular culture. Don’t believe me? I direct thee to the infamous “Put a bird on it!” skit courtesy of Portlandia. Once quotable and amusing, now ubiquitous and tiring,