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Footnotes Playing Dead : soundwork

Soundwork to accompany the exhibition
Idit Elia Nathan: Footnotes Playing Dead
Standpoint Gallery, London, 2015

The work composes atmospheric field recordings highlighting the exhibition’s intentions to consider personal and collective responsibilities in times of adversity and interminable conflict; and reflect on children’s games and theatrical demonstrations in the West Bank and Gaza, where children pretend to be dead. 48 more words


Animals Like Earthquakes ~ Split w/ Lost Trail

Tim Collapse is an obscure figure in the underground, shrouded in mystery, and he likes it that way just fine. The Altamahaw, NC-based sound artist has been working primarily via physical mail (fuck the term ‘snail mail’, now and forever) for years upon years, his work appearing in small zine comps, and occasionally emerging to play improvised house and small club shows, often alongside fellow Alamance County noisemakers Lost Trail (full disclosure: that’s me and my wife, Denny). 199 more words

U23 Frédéric Nogray "Merua" : when listening leads to much more...

Richard Allen lives the “Merua” experience for A Closer Listen, and comes out of it perhaps a little changed…


This is a real gem and a great introduction and personal view, based on 45 years of experience on Field Recording practice. It also seems that there are crossover difficulties experienced that I have had in creating music such as data storage and recording failures.  34 more words