Posts Tagged: soundscapes

Enrico Coniglio ~ Bragos series: Astrùra / Solèra

  There are different schools of thought when it comes to the production of “soundscapes.”  There is R. Murray Schafer, who coined the term, and his World Soundscape Project, which approaches the soundscape as “acoustic ecology.” Some have criticized his

Enrico Coniglio ~ Bragos series: Astrùra / Solèra

  There are different schools of thought when it comes to the production of “soundscapes.”  There is R. Murray Schafer, who coined the term, and his World Soundscape Project, which approaches the soundscape as “acoustic ecology.” Some have criticized his

Steve Roden ~ Flower & Water

We last heard from Steve Roden after a string of very good releases in 2012, including collaborations with Steve Peters (Not a leaf…), a beautiful work with Machinefabriek (Lichtung), a split 7” with Luminance Ratio, a reworking of old cassette

Steve Roden ~ Flower & Water

We last heard from Steve Roden after a string of very good releases in 2012, including collaborations with Steve Peters (Not a leaf…), a beautiful work with Machinefabriek (Lichtung), a split 7” with Luminance Ratio, a reworking of old cassette

AIPS Collective ~ Postcards from Italy

This essay is included in the collected edition of Gianmarco del Re’s Postcards from Italy, originally published by Fluid-Radio and available for download as a PDF here. Postcards from Italy, the album, is the inaugural release from Oak editions, an

AIPS Collective ~ Postcards from Italy

This essay is included in the collected edition of Gianmarco del Re’s Postcards from Italy, originally published by Fluid-Radio and available for download as a PDF here. Postcards from Italy, the album, is the inaugural release from Oak editions, an

Andrea Valle ~ Acta GeoGraphica (2001-2007)

Etymologically, Geography comes from the ancient Greek geographia; literally to describe or write about the Earth.  In Andrea Valle’s usage he is conjuring up his own worlds as much as describing our own.   Acta GeoGraphica, released on the Ripples label, is

Andrea Valle ~ Acta GeoGraphica (2001-2007)

Etymologically, Geography comes from the ancient Greek geographia; literally to describe or write about the Earth.  In Andrea Valle’s usage he is conjuring up his own worlds as much as describing our own.   Acta GeoGraphica, released on the Ripples label, is