Posts Tagged: Slavek Kwi

ACL 2013: Top Ten Field Recording & Soundscape

In compiling these field recordings, some artists traveled to distant lands, while others stayed at home.  Some added instruments, others computer processing.  Some of these releases are in love with certain places, but each one is in love with sound.

ACL 2013: Top Ten Field Recording & Soundscape

In compiling these field recordings, some artists traveled to distant lands, while others stayed at home.  Some added instruments, others computer processing.  Some of these releases are in love with certain places, but each one is in love with sound.

Artificial Memory Trace ~ Tidal

After some experimentation, I’ve decided that the best time to listen to Tidal is when one is unable to get to the beach.  When one is able, one simply goes to the beach and experiences these sounds in person.  This is instead an

Artificial Memory Trace ~ Tidal

After some experimentation, I’ve decided that the best time to listen to Tidal is when one is unable to get to the beach.  When one is able, one simply goes to the beach and experiences these sounds in person.  This is instead an

Slavek Kwi, Simon Whetham and Linda O’Keeffe ~ Exchanges and Collaborations

Czech sound artist Slavek Kwi (also known as Artificial Memory Trace) is in love with sound, and he loves to collaborate with others who love sound as well.  Each of his two new CD3″ releases on his own label began in dialogue

Slavek Kwi, Simon Whetham and Linda O’Keeffe ~ Exchanges and Collaborations

Czech sound artist Slavek Kwi (also known as Artificial Memory Trace) is in love with sound, and he loves to collaborate with others who love sound as well.  Each of his two new CD3″ releases on his own label began in dialogue

artificial memory trace ~ chitin

Here’s some really great music for the Grissoms and other budding entomologists, as well as for students of insect symphonies.  Slavek Kwi (artificial memory trace) has produced a remarkable sonic document in chitin, originally commissioned for France’s 2011 “l’audible festival”.  The sheer

artificial memory trace ~ chitin

Here’s some really great music for the Grissoms and other budding entomologists, as well as for students of insect symphonies.  Slavek Kwi (artificial memory trace) has produced a remarkable sonic document in chitin, originally commissioned for France’s 2011 “l’audible festival”.  The sheer