Posts Tagged: sound

Sound Propositions 011: Taylor Deupree

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 011: Taylor Deupree

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

Robert Curgenven ~ Climata

  The border between two spaces both separates and conjoins, allowing for distinction as well as interplay. Depending on one’s perspective this can be understood as a contamination or a vital encounter. The latest from Australian composer Robert Curgenven explores

Robert Curgenven ~ Climata

  The border between two spaces both separates and conjoins, allowing for distinction as well as interplay. Depending on one’s perspective this can be understood as a contamination or a vital encounter. The latest from Australian composer Robert Curgenven explores

RADIOFONICA – Nov. 6/7/8/9 (free exhibition and live streaming)

  How quickly we forget. How quickly we are to believe our present moment is new, different, incommensurable with the past.  This is especially true in our fetishization of new technologies, as even a cursory glance at the recent literature

RADIOFONICA – Nov. 6/7/8/9 (free exhibition and live streaming)

  How quickly we forget. How quickly we are to believe our present moment is new, different, incommensurable with the past.  This is especially true in our fetishization of new technologies, as even a cursory glance at the recent literature

Sound Propositions: Enrico Coniglio’s noWHere Manifesto

In December of 2012, the Italian sound artist Enrico Coniglio published noWHere – ideale manifesto per sound artists, an old-fashioned  manifesto articulating a set of core values about how we as artists should approach “live electronics.”  Below you’ll find my

Sound Propositions: Enrico Coniglio’s noWHere Manifesto

In December of 2012, the Italian sound artist Enrico Coniglio published noWHere – ideale manifesto per sound artists, an old-fashioned  manifesto articulating a set of core values about how we as artists should approach “live electronics.”  Below you’ll find my

Sound Propositions 06: Giuseppe Ielasi

Our friends at  Experimedia  are currently doing a Spotlight feature on Giuseppe Ielasi.  Head over to their site to check out 28 Ielasi-related albums, and check out this playlist highlighting the many sides of this very singular talent. I know

Sound Propositions 06: Giuseppe Ielasi

Our friends at  Experimedia  are currently doing a Spotlight feature on Giuseppe Ielasi.  Head over to their site to check out 28 Ielasi-related albums, and check out this playlist highlighting the many sides of this very singular talent. I know

LCNL 038: Kaukatakan tadi mulut raksasa itu selalu mengaga ? mixed by Blindhæð

LCNL 038: ini.itu mix Kaukatakan tadi mulut raksasa itu selalu mengaga ? Mixed by Blindhæð, nov 2013 @ 4amperStudio A Closer Listen is about putting more attention into what we do, being more mindful.  Listening more closely, contemplating more deeply,

LCNL 038: Kaukatakan tadi mulut raksasa itu selalu mengaga ? mixed by Blindhæð

LCNL 038: ini.itu mix Kaukatakan tadi mulut raksasa itu selalu mengaga ? Mixed by Blindhæð, nov 2013 @ 4amperStudio A Closer Listen is about putting more attention into what we do, being more mindful.  Listening more closely, contemplating more deeply,

Sound Propositions 04: Steve Roden (part II)

 it seems a necessity, as active listeners, to become sensitive to these things in the world around us that the german poet rilke called “inconsiderable things” (the things from everyday life that most people don’t really pay sensitive attention to).

Sound Propositions 04: Steve Roden (part II)

 it seems a necessity, as active listeners, to become sensitive to these things in the world around us that the german poet rilke called “inconsiderable things” (the things from everyday life that most people don’t really pay sensitive attention to).