Posts Tagged ‘sound art’


 

Richard Allen takes his own guided tour of “Aldaris“, slightly dizzy with the exhalations of the past and the current aftermath…

 

 

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Frans de Waard succumbs to the scents and murmurs of a latvian historical beer kettle through a audio-report enlarging the perspective – sound art at its best !…

 

 

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U19_philip sulidae_History Of Violence_ultraminiThe ever verbose, Jennifer Hor gets sucked up in Philip Sulidae‘s gloomy audio road movie where quietness takes evil appearances…

 

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A brief french only review in Le Son Du Grisli for “Nýey“, where Pierre Cécile insists on the recomposed nature of its phonography, and its translation of an upsetting, memorable journey…

 

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For Brainwhashed, the ever eloquent Lucas Schleicher slips into the enigmatic chorus of “night swimmer” and its psychogeographic turn…

 

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In his 1000th volume of Vital Weekly, Frans de Waard is left without clues as to Michael Trommer’s “night swimmer” strange appeal ; he’s sure of one thing though, the attentive, focused listeners will be rewarded…

 

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In The Sound Projector, Ed Pinsent is instantly translocated into the vivid realm of the Northern Australian territories, confirming
Slavek Kwi/artifical memory trace‘s unique way of assembling field recordings to their best effect…

 

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