I’m really delighted that my track Wave Shift is first up in the new season of Each Morning of the World, a soundscape project produced by Stéphane Marin in France .The digital album, released on 18th August 2019, is called South Asia PhoNographic Mornings. One new track will be broadcast each week over 20 weeks. Broadcast details can be found through the Bandcamp link below.
Many thanks indeed to Stéphane for inviting me to contribute the track and also the visual artwork for the album cover/track. I also recorded the voice intro and outro for the season’s radio broadcast each week.
This version of Wave Shift is a re-working of a longer piece originally produced as part of an installation following a UZ Arts Residency at Sura Medura in Sri Lanka.
To listen to all the tracks on the digital album please go to Each Morning of the World Bandcamp. All donations for downloading and streaming go to the World Forum for Acoustic Ecology (WFAE).
Post-Industrial Broadcast #1 has been selected for Framework Radio’s seasonal CD release (winter 2014) to be issued on 21st December 2014 (the solstice!). Meanwhile it is available for listening through Framework and on various other broadcasts. The CD was first aired on Resonance fm on Sunday 7th Dec 2014. More info, with an option to purchase through donation, at Framework Radio. Here’s the track listing and details Issue #7. Well worth a listen – it’s a lovely thing…
I am delighted that Word of Mouth has been selected for Issue 3 of Huellkurven Magazine. Huellkurven is an online sound poetry magazine and a series of events dedicated to sound poetry, noise poetry, sound-text… Find out more, download or listen online here.
A recording of Songs for a Stranger: (v) in the midst has been selected for the documentary audio compilation Voix Brutes Vol II, which is to be released by Audition Records on 15th May 2014. The focus of the Voix Brutes compilations is the voice in live performance – its extended forms, techniques and possibilities.
More info including the list of selected artists is here.
An excerpt of Sustenancehas been selected for the Deep Wireless 7 CD produced by New Adventures in Sound Art (NAISA), as part of the annual Deep Wireless festival in May, a month-long celebration of radio art. NAISA is based in Toronto and produces performances and installations spanning the entire spectrum of electroacoustic and experimental sound art.