Posts Tagged: Galaverna

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

SP* Episode 11: RURAL FUTURISM – with Beatrice Ferrara & Leandro Pisano [podcast]

The Liminaria festival ran for five editions between 2014 and 2018, culminating with a collateral event in Palermo as part of Manifesta 12 (the nomadic European biennial).  Based in the rural territory of Fortore, the frontier between the three regions

SP* Episode 11: RURAL FUTURISM – with Beatrice Ferrara & Leandro Pisano [podcast]

The Liminaria festival ran for five editions between 2014 and 2018, culminating with a collateral event in Palermo as part of Manifesta 12 (the nomadic European biennial).  Based in the rural territory of Fortore, the frontier between the three regions

ACL 2018 ~ Top Ten Field Recording & Soundscape

2018 was an amazing year for field recordings and soundscapes, perhaps the best to date.  We reviewed over 40 works this year, and had an incredibly difficult time choosing ten for this list since the overall quality was so high.

ACL 2018 ~ Top Ten Field Recording & Soundscape

2018 was an amazing year for field recordings and soundscapes, perhaps the best to date.  We reviewed over 40 works this year, and had an incredibly difficult time choosing ten for this list since the overall quality was so high.

Philip Samartzis & Daniela d’Arielli ~ A Futurist’s Cookbook

Noodles, noodles, such wonderful noodles!  I am getting hungry just looking at Daniela d’Arielli‘s photos, which cover the adventure from field to factory.  And these noodles are not even cooked yet!  There’s a purity in the process when seen from the

Philip Samartzis & Daniela d’Arielli ~ A Futurist’s Cookbook

Noodles, noodles, such wonderful noodles!  I am getting hungry just looking at Daniela d’Arielli‘s photos, which cover the adventure from field to factory.  And these noodles are not even cooked yet!  There’s a purity in the process when seen from the

Kate Carr ~ endings

Kate Carr is a global sound student.  Her journeys, both physical and metaphorical, have opened her ears to the possibilities inherent in space-based sound: the ability to pinpoint a sound to a specific location, as well as the threads that

Kate Carr ~ endings

Kate Carr is a global sound student.  Her journeys, both physical and metaphorical, have opened her ears to the possibilities inherent in space-based sound: the ability to pinpoint a sound to a specific location, as well as the threads that

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

Raffaele Mariconte ~ So(E)nology / Alan Courtis & Cyrus Pireh ~ Coils on Malbec

Oenophiles love the sounds of wine: the corkscrew, the pop, the pour, the clink.  Many musical works have been produced using these sounds.  But travel deeper, and one will find other sounds associated with the product and the process.  In

Raffaele Mariconte ~ So(E)nology / Alan Courtis & Cyrus Pireh ~ Coils on Malbec

Oenophiles love the sounds of wine: the corkscrew, the pop, the pour, the clink.  Many musical works have been produced using these sounds.  But travel deeper, and one will find other sounds associated with the product and the process.  In