Posts Tagged: Mark Lyken

Broken20 ~ The Li Series

Glasgow’s Broken20 label is putting the finishing touches on the Li Series, which pairs music with short texts and photos.  The interdisciplinary nature of the project attracted us to this series, and many warm surprises are to be found within. Li refers to the “random

Broken20 ~ The Li Series

Glasgow’s Broken20 label is putting the finishing touches on the Li Series, which pairs music with short texts and photos.  The interdisciplinary nature of the project attracted us to this series, and many warm surprises are to be found within. Li refers to the “random

Mark Lyken | Emma Dove ~ Mirror Lands (Deluxe Edition)

One of our favorite field recording works of last year, Mark Lyken and Emma Dove‘s Mirror Lands, is about to get the deluxe treatment from Time Released Sound.  Those who missed it last time will have another shot this Sunday!  To celebrate the

Mark Lyken | Emma Dove ~ Mirror Lands (Deluxe Edition)

One of our favorite field recording works of last year, Mark Lyken and Emma Dove‘s Mirror Lands, is about to get the deluxe treatment from Time Released Sound.  Those who missed it last time will have another shot this Sunday!  To celebrate the

Mark Lyken | Emma Dove ~ Mirror Lands

We last encountered Mark Lyken and Emma Dove a year ago with their installation-based EP and video The Terrestrial Sea.  Their new work expands on the work of that prior release and continues an investigation of the sonic and visual properties of Scotland’s

Mark Lyken | Emma Dove ~ Mirror Lands

We last encountered Mark Lyken and Emma Dove a year ago with their installation-based EP and video The Terrestrial Sea.  Their new work expands on the work of that prior release and continues an investigation of the sonic and visual properties of Scotland’s

Lyken ~ The Terrestrial Sea

Those who enjoyed The Folkestone Lighthouse EP will certainly enjoy The Terrestrial Sea, which is the sonic component of an installation in the Lighthouse Field Station of Cromarty.  In gathering these sounds, Mark Lyken traveled around the area, recording the sounds of ferries,

Lyken ~ The Terrestrial Sea

Those who enjoyed The Folkestone Lighthouse EP will certainly enjoy The Terrestrial Sea, which is the sonic component of an installation in the Lighthouse Field Station of Cromarty.  In gathering these sounds, Mark Lyken traveled around the area, recording the sounds of ferries,