Posts Tagged: Echomusic

ACL 2013: Top Ten Field Recording & Soundscape

In compiling these field recordings, some artists traveled to distant lands, while others stayed at home.  Some added instruments, others computer processing.  Some of these releases are in love with certain places, but each one is in love with sound.

ACL 2013: Top Ten Field Recording & Soundscape

In compiling these field recordings, some artists traveled to distant lands, while others stayed at home.  Some added instruments, others computer processing.  Some of these releases are in love with certain places, but each one is in love with sound.

David Vélez ~ Unseen Terror

Sound artist David Vélez recently wrote an editorial for The Field Reporter in which he addressed the nature of criticism as it pertains to sound art.  In Vélez’ own (unedited) words:  “I think of a model where artist concentrate in the formal and creative aspects and critics

David Vélez ~ Unseen Terror

Sound artist David Vélez recently wrote an editorial for The Field Reporter in which he addressed the nature of criticism as it pertains to sound art.  In Vélez’ own (unedited) words:  “I think of a model where artist concentrate in the formal and creative aspects and critics

Luis Antero ~ Postais Sonoros

40 tracks is quite a lot, but as a free download, it’s more of an abundance than an over-indulgence.  Luis Antero‘s travels across Portugal, the country “planted by the sea”, are lovingly preserved as a series of sonic postcards for

Luis Antero ~ Postais Sonoros

40 tracks is quite a lot, but as a free download, it’s more of an abundance than an over-indulgence.  Luis Antero‘s travels across Portugal, the country “planted by the sea”, are lovingly preserved as a series of sonic postcards for

Strotter Inst. ~ Widerhall

Widerhall is a collection of live recordings from a 2010 U.S. tour.  The cover photo seems ironic; shouldn’t the backpack crowd be making this sort of music?  Instead, the teenagers stand, enraptured:  Dude, the old guy is cool!  That’s Christoph Hess, by

Strotter Inst. ~ Widerhall

Widerhall is a collection of live recordings from a 2010 U.S. tour.  The cover photo seems ironic; shouldn’t the backpack crowd be making this sort of music?  Instead, the teenagers stand, enraptured:  Dude, the old guy is cool!  That’s Christoph Hess, by

Martiensgohome ~ Tétraèdre

The Brussels quartet Martiensgohome wanted to try something different, so each member improvised a solo piece using sound sources contributed by the others.  The gentle B and C feature subdued transmissions: hums, rustlings and quiet drones, topped by electronic beeps and murmurings.

Martiensgohome ~ Tétraèdre

The Brussels quartet Martiensgohome wanted to try something different, so each member improvised a solo piece using sound sources contributed by the others.  The gentle B and C feature subdued transmissions: hums, rustlings and quiet drones, topped by electronic beeps and murmurings.