Posts Tagged: Unfathomless

Masayuki Imanishi ~ insects are

Google “Osaka, Japan” and one will find references to finance, technology, food, architecture and night life. But one will not find nature sounds at the top of the list.   In this album-length soundscape, Masayuki Imanishi exposes a different side of his

Masayuki Imanishi ~ insects are

Google “Osaka, Japan” and one will find references to finance, technology, food, architecture and night life. But one will not find nature sounds at the top of the list.   In this album-length soundscape, Masayuki Imanishi exposes a different side of his

Philip Sulidae ~ Vandemonian Verplaatsing / Simon Whetham ~ Dry

Two new recordings from Unfathomless approach field recordings from different angles.  One is location based, the other theme based.  Together they form an intricate lattice of sound. Vandemonian Verplaatsing (the latter word meaning displacement) collects recordings made in Hobart, Tasmania over a

Philip Sulidae ~ Vandemonian Verplaatsing / Simon Whetham ~ Dry

Two new recordings from Unfathomless approach field recordings from different angles.  One is location based, the other theme based.  Together they form an intricate lattice of sound. Vandemonian Verplaatsing (the latter word meaning displacement) collects recordings made in Hobart, Tasmania over a

Thibault Jehanne ~ Farol

Thibault Jehanne shapes sound like builders shape metal. Farol may be a tribute to Lisbon’s 25 April bridge, but its reverberations seem otherworldly and unknown.  After hearing the recording, we’re not sure we’d want to drive across the bridge; it seems desperately

Thibault Jehanne ~ Farol

Thibault Jehanne shapes sound like builders shape metal. Farol may be a tribute to Lisbon’s 25 April bridge, but its reverberations seem otherworldly and unknown.  After hearing the recording, we’re not sure we’d want to drive across the bridge; it seems desperately

ACL 2019 ~ Top Ten Field Recording & Soundscape

The glaciers are melting, species are disappearing, natural wonders are being turned into tourist traps, and all the while we’re on our cellphones, texting towards Bethlehem.  The artists below are in love with sound, especially disappearing sound, although they hope it will

ACL 2019 ~ Top Ten Field Recording & Soundscape

The glaciers are melting, species are disappearing, natural wonders are being turned into tourist traps, and all the while we’re on our cellphones, texting towards Bethlehem.  The artists below are in love with sound, especially disappearing sound, although they hope it will

Banks Bailey ~ Mountains and Waters / René Aquarius ~ Woodland Sigil

Two new Unfathomless releases bring listeners to the deep forest, where mysteries beckon and surprises lie around every corner.  Each CD opens windows to the past by presenting the sounds that might have been heard in prior centuries. Mountains and

Banks Bailey ~ Mountains and Waters / René Aquarius ~ Woodland Sigil

Two new Unfathomless releases bring listeners to the deep forest, where mysteries beckon and surprises lie around every corner.  Each CD opens windows to the past by presenting the sounds that might have been heard in prior centuries. Mountains and

Jared Sagar ~ Tombland

The last time we encountered sound artist Jared Sagar, he was soundtracking the sea on a disc titled Holme. This time he’s brought his ears inland to a different sort of home: the Tombland district of Norwich in the U.K.  Wandering

Jared Sagar ~ Tombland

The last time we encountered sound artist Jared Sagar, he was soundtracking the sea on a disc titled Holme. This time he’s brought his ears inland to a different sort of home: the Tombland district of Norwich in the U.K.  Wandering

brb>voicecoil ~ reclaim

reclaim brings to mind two classic pop songs: Joni Mitchell’s “Big Yellow Taxi” (1970) and Talking Heads’ “Nothing But Flowers” (1988).  In the first, “they paved paradise and put up a parking lot.”  In the second, “this used to be real

brb>voicecoil ~ reclaim

reclaim brings to mind two classic pop songs: Joni Mitchell’s “Big Yellow Taxi” (1970) and Talking Heads’ “Nothing But Flowers” (1988).  In the first, “they paved paradise and put up a parking lot.”  In the second, “this used to be real

Bruno Duplant & David Vélez ~ our seasons reverse

Seeing the title, one first assumes that the artists are communicating across opposing hemispheres, one serenaded by summer and the other draped in winter. Instead they are creating a shared sonic world that highlights the danger of climate change, and

Bruno Duplant & David Vélez ~ our seasons reverse

Seeing the title, one first assumes that the artists are communicating across opposing hemispheres, one serenaded by summer and the other draped in winter. Instead they are creating a shared sonic world that highlights the danger of climate change, and