Posts Tagged: francisco lopez

Störung ~ Rebuilding l’Alt Empordà benefit compilation

The Störung label has just released Rebuilding l’Alt Empordà, a  compilation featuring previously unreleased contributions from 20 artists to benefit the reconstruction of the region of Alt Empordà in Catalonia, which was devastated by a tornado on January 7th of

Störung ~ Rebuilding l’Alt Empordà benefit compilation

The Störung label has just released Rebuilding l’Alt Empordà, a  compilation featuring previously unreleased contributions from 20 artists to benefit the reconstruction of the region of Alt Empordà in Catalonia, which was devastated by a tornado on January 7th of

ACL 2017 ~ Top Ten Field Recording & Soundscape

While each of our categories travels around the world, only this one sounds like a passport book.  From the beaches to the mountains, Belgrade to Tibet, these artists unpack their listening devices and head into the wild.  Sometimes this means

ACL 2017 ~ Top Ten Field Recording & Soundscape

While each of our categories travels around the world, only this one sounds like a passport book.  From the beaches to the mountains, Belgrade to Tibet, these artists unpack their listening devices and head into the wild.  Sometimes this means

ACL 2017 ~ The Year’s Best Winter Music

Our readers love winter music.  How do we know?  Our list of The 25 Best Winter Albums of All Time is also our site’s most-read post of all time.  Our yearly updates continue to collect the best winter music, regardless of genre.

ACL 2017 ~ The Year’s Best Winter Music

Our readers love winter music.  How do we know?  Our list of The 25 Best Winter Albums of All Time is also our site’s most-read post of all time.  Our yearly updates continue to collect the best winter music, regardless of genre.

Francisco López ~ untitled#352

Much has been made of Francisco López‘ decision to include what seems like the entirety of his recording sessions at a boiler plant facility outside Paris ~ five hours in all, broken into half-hour segments, topped off by a 20-minute soundscape that

Francisco López ~ untitled#352

Much has been made of Francisco López‘ decision to include what seems like the entirety of his recording sessions at a boiler plant facility outside Paris ~ five hours in all, broken into half-hour segments, topped off by a 20-minute soundscape that

Field Trip Day Three ~ Life and Death

Our field trip continues as we travel to the island archipelago of Penghu with Yannick Dauby, the deep jungle of central Africa with Visions Congo (Gonçalo F Cardoso) and the monasteries of the Tibetan mountains with Soundwalk Collective and Francisco López.  The recordings are impressionistic,

Field Trip Day Three ~ Life and Death

Our field trip continues as we travel to the island archipelago of Penghu with Yannick Dauby, the deep jungle of central Africa with Visions Congo (Gonçalo F Cardoso) and the monasteries of the Tibetan mountains with Soundwalk Collective and Francisco López.  The recordings are impressionistic,

ACL 2014: Top Ten Field Recording & Soundscape

Field recordings and soundscapes do much more than reflect the sounds of nature.  They also delve into local culture and artificial sound environments; they serve as travelogues, historical statements, and calls to political action.  An environment once captured is never

ACL 2014: Top Ten Field Recording & Soundscape

Field recordings and soundscapes do much more than reflect the sounds of nature.  They also delve into local culture and artificial sound environments; they serve as travelogues, historical statements, and calls to political action.  An environment once captured is never

Francisco López ~ Obatalá – Ibofanga

The third edition in Francisco López’ new Epoché Collection, Obatalá – Ibofanga is also its most subtle.  The 50-minute soundscape seems to be that of a forest at night, but was recorded in multiple locations in two countries over the course of eight years.

Francisco López ~ Obatalá – Ibofanga

The third edition in Francisco López’ new Epoché Collection, Obatalá – Ibofanga is also its most subtle.  The 50-minute soundscape seems to be that of a forest at night, but was recorded in multiple locations in two countries over the course of eight years.