Posts Tagged: Flaming Pines

A Closer Listen’s Best Field Recording & Soundscape Albums of the Decade

If you’ve ever wanted to get into field recordings, this article is a perfect place to start.  Field recording and soundscape artists capture sounds before they vanish, preserving them for future generations.  Our best of the decade list includes the

A Closer Listen’s Best Field Recording & Soundscape Albums of the Decade

If you’ve ever wanted to get into field recordings, this article is a perfect place to start.  Field recording and soundscape artists capture sounds before they vanish, preserving them for future generations.  Our best of the decade list includes the

David Vélez ~ The Things That Objects Can Teach Us About Ourselves

Some people seek comfort in music. Others seek questions. Traveling far beyond the sofa, sound artist David Vélez probes the unresolved. If to extend oneself requires risk, listening to his compositions requires leaning into space, surrendering to a balance that is

David Vélez ~ The Things That Objects Can Teach Us About Ourselves

Some people seek comfort in music. Others seek questions. Traveling far beyond the sofa, sound artist David Vélez probes the unresolved. If to extend oneself requires risk, listening to his compositions requires leaning into space, surrendering to a balance that is

Ulf A.S. Holbrook ~ Borka (winds)

Borka (winds) performs a sonic miracle, transforming threatening sounds into active calm.  The 3″ is part of Flaming Pines’ Tiny Portraits series, now five sets and twenty discs strong.  As a pure reflection of place and time, it’s one of our favorites of

Ulf A.S. Holbrook ~ Borka (winds)

Borka (winds) performs a sonic miracle, transforming threatening sounds into active calm.  The 3″ is part of Flaming Pines’ Tiny Portraits series, now five sets and twenty discs strong.  As a pure reflection of place and time, it’s one of our favorites of

Field Trip Day One ~ Off We Go!

Spring has sprung and the Easter bunny has arrived, which makes this the perfect week for a field trip!  We start our journey with rail sounds from David Evans, visit ships at port with Adam_is and drive across the American South with Crow

Field Trip Day One ~ Off We Go!

Spring has sprung and the Easter bunny has arrived, which makes this the perfect week for a field trip!  We start our journey with rail sounds from David Evans, visit ships at port with Adam_is and drive across the American South with Crow

Flaming Pines ~ Tiny Portraits (Swedish Series)

Flaming Pines’ Tiny Portraits series has reached #16!  The latest batch is the Swedish series, and contains recordings from Tobias Hellkvist, Peter Olsén, Kate Carr and Dag Rosenqvist.  It’s the quietest batch to date, perfect for the post-holiday blur. The inspiration for the first

Flaming Pines ~ Tiny Portraits (Swedish Series)

Flaming Pines’ Tiny Portraits series has reached #16!  The latest batch is the Swedish series, and contains recordings from Tobias Hellkvist, Peter Olsén, Kate Carr and Dag Rosenqvist.  It’s the quietest batch to date, perfect for the post-holiday blur. The inspiration for the first

ACL 2016: Top Ten Field Recording & Soundscape

Few people would guess that the Field Recording and Soundscape section of our site would also be its most timely and political.  And yet, as this year’s selections indicate, the genre is far more than nature recordings. While these continue

ACL 2016: Top Ten Field Recording & Soundscape

Few people would guess that the Field Recording and Soundscape section of our site would also be its most timely and political.  And yet, as this year’s selections indicate, the genre is far more than nature recordings. While these continue

Various Artists ~ Tiny Portraits

Flaming Pines’ Tiny Portraits series returns with four singles inspired by international streetscapes.  This is the best of the batches to date, offering an incredible array of variety and a few sonic surprises.  The series’ subtitle is “small renderings of

Various Artists ~ Tiny Portraits

Flaming Pines’ Tiny Portraits series returns with four singles inspired by international streetscapes.  This is the best of the batches to date, offering an incredible array of variety and a few sonic surprises.  The series’ subtitle is “small renderings of