Posts Tagged: francisco lopez

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.

LCNL 053: A Machine In The Garden [mix]

  “Our inherited symbols of order and beauty have been divested of meaning.” Leo Marx And now for something a little bit different: an edited soundwalk consisting of field-recordings made during the Sonic Delights festival at Caramoor in Katonah, NY. 

LCNL 053: A Machine In The Garden [mix]

  “Our inherited symbols of order and beauty have been divested of meaning.” Leo Marx And now for something a little bit different: an edited soundwalk consisting of field-recordings made during the Sonic Delights festival at Caramoor in Katonah, NY. 

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

Francisco López ~ Hyper-Rainforest / Yanayacu

The first thing one notices about these albums is that they have titles ~ an uncommon practice for prolific field recording artist Francisco López.  The new label Nowhere represents a new approach, and the album titles are a noticeable way

Francisco López ~ Hyper-Rainforest / Yanayacu

The first thing one notices about these albums is that they have titles ~ an uncommon practice for prolific field recording artist Francisco López.  The new label Nowhere represents a new approach, and the album titles are a noticeable way