Posts Tagged: field recordings

Old Bicycle Records ~ Sparkle in Grey, Nuno Moita/Matteo Uggeri, Stefano De Ponti, and Tape Crash # 6 & #7

Old Bicycle Records is a small label based in the small city of Piazzogna in the Italian canton of Switzerland, a relatively small region of an already small country.  Nestled in the Alps, label founder Vasco Viviani is proud of

Old Bicycle Records ~ Sparkle in Grey, Nuno Moita/Matteo Uggeri, Stefano De Ponti, and Tape Crash # 6 & #7

Old Bicycle Records is a small label based in the small city of Piazzogna in the Italian canton of Switzerland, a relatively small region of an already small country.  Nestled in the Alps, label founder Vasco Viviani is proud of

LCNL 035: The Volume Settings Folder

LCNL 035: The Volume Settings Folder I This week’s mix comes from The Volume Settings Folder, and is hopefully the first of many.  TVSF began in 2011 as the solo project of Italian guitarist Möbelstück Beckmann, and this mix harkens

LCNL 035: The Volume Settings Folder

LCNL 035: The Volume Settings Folder I This week’s mix comes from The Volume Settings Folder, and is hopefully the first of many.  TVSF began in 2011 as the solo project of Italian guitarist Möbelstück Beckmann, and this mix harkens

AIPS Collective ~ Postcards from Italy

This essay is included in the collected edition of Gianmarco del Re’s Postcards from Italy, originally published by Fluid-Radio and available for download as a PDF here. Postcards from Italy, the album, is the inaugural release from Oak editions, an

AIPS Collective ~ Postcards from Italy

This essay is included in the collected edition of Gianmarco del Re’s Postcards from Italy, originally published by Fluid-Radio and available for download as a PDF here. Postcards from Italy, the album, is the inaugural release from Oak editions, an

LCNL 033: SMOKE EM IF YOU GOT EM

LCNL 033: SMOKE EM IF YOU GOT EM selected by the new objective Download I never promised I’d be able to maintain the weekly pace for these mixes.  I have a whole lot of mixes coming up though, but in

LCNL 033: SMOKE EM IF YOU GOT EM

LCNL 033: SMOKE EM IF YOU GOT EM selected by the new objective Download I never promised I’d be able to maintain the weekly pace for these mixes.  I have a whole lot of mixes coming up though, but in

Chris Dooks and Machinefabriek ~ The Eskdalemuir Harmonium

Between the tremendous volume of recordings released and the ease of obtaining them, perhaps it’s only natural to expect that we tend to have such short attention spans these days. The Eskdalemuir Harmonium came out late in 2012, a beautiful

Chris Dooks and Machinefabriek ~ The Eskdalemuir Harmonium

Between the tremendous volume of recordings released and the ease of obtaining them, perhaps it’s only natural to expect that we tend to have such short attention spans these days. The Eskdalemuir Harmonium came out late in 2012, a beautiful

Sound Propositions 04: Steve Roden (part II)

 it seems a necessity, as active listeners, to become sensitive to these things in the world around us that the german poet rilke called “inconsiderable things” (the things from everyday life that most people don’t really pay sensitive attention to).

Sound Propositions 04: Steve Roden (part II)

 it seems a necessity, as active listeners, to become sensitive to these things in the world around us that the german poet rilke called “inconsiderable things” (the things from everyday life that most people don’t really pay sensitive attention to).

Giulio Aldinucci ~ Tarsia

The beautiful Tarsia is the first full-length album released under the name Giulio Aldinucci, better known by his moniker Obsil.  His three previous records as Obsil have been rightly praised, and Aldinucci’s gift as a composer and soundscaper are in

Giulio Aldinucci ~ Tarsia

The beautiful Tarsia is the first full-length album released under the name Giulio Aldinucci, better known by his moniker Obsil.  His three previous records as Obsil have been rightly praised, and Aldinucci’s gift as a composer and soundscaper are in

The Echelon Effect ~ Field Recordings

David Walters is one of the few artists whose every release is reliable.  The Echelon Effect has a clearly identifiable sound, and has stuck to it consistently.  (The final installment of Seasons might be considered an exception, save for the fact that

The Echelon Effect ~ Field Recordings

David Walters is one of the few artists whose every release is reliable.  The Echelon Effect has a clearly identifiable sound, and has stuck to it consistently.  (The final installment of Seasons might be considered an exception, save for the fact that