Posts Tagged: Kate Carr

Kate Carr ~ The Story Surrounds Us

A strong selection of field recordings pepper the gentle songs of The Story Surrounds Us. Australian Kate Carr now lives in London, and she’s brought a fresh selection of recordings, taken during her travels around the globe, that both soothe and shock. These recordings are

Kate Carr ~ The Story Surrounds Us

A strong selection of field recordings pepper the gentle songs of The Story Surrounds Us. Australian Kate Carr now lives in London, and she’s brought a fresh selection of recordings, taken during her travels around the globe, that both soothe and shock. These recordings are

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

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 2015: Top Ten Field Recording & Soundscape

This year’s top field recording and soundscape albums travel to global extremes, from the frozen Arctic to the heart of the jungle.  They commute to congested cities and retreat to quiet streams.  They fall in love with frogs and olives.

ACL 2015: Top Ten Field Recording & Soundscape

This year’s top field recording and soundscape albums travel to global extremes, from the frozen Arctic to the heart of the jungle.  They commute to congested cities and retreat to quiet streams.  They fall in love with frogs and olives.

Kate Carr ~ I had myself a nuclear spring

No stranger to creative formatting, sound artist Kate Carr has just released her latest work on a USB flash drive, housed in an aluminum tin.  While it may suggest smuggled secrets from Spectre, these recorded sounds are meant to be shared. On the

Kate Carr ~ I had myself a nuclear spring

No stranger to creative formatting, sound artist Kate Carr has just released her latest work on a USB flash drive, housed in an aluminum tin.  While it may suggest smuggled secrets from Spectre, these recorded sounds are meant to be shared. On the

Sound Propositions 09: Kate Carr

Sound Propositions is an ongoing, semi-regular series of conversations with artists exploring their creative practices and individual aesthetics, conceived of as a counter-narrative to a dominant trend in music journalism which fetishizes equipment and new technologies. Rather than writing copy

Sound Propositions 09: Kate Carr

Sound Propositions is an ongoing, semi-regular series of conversations with artists exploring their creative practices and individual aesthetics, conceived of as a counter-narrative to a dominant trend in music journalism which fetishizes equipment and new technologies. Rather than writing copy

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