Thanks to Slovenia’s Radio Student for playing Rusted Boats in a Foggy Harbor, a track from my 2016 collaboration with Chris Lynn, Doubting All Things Aligned. (I don’t understand Slovenian and can’t be sure, but I think the host introduced the piece by reading from my Notes on Field Recording, which appeared in Percorsi Musicali in May 2016.)
The 3 July edition of Framework Radio includes three tracks from Doubting All Things Aligned, my collaboration with field recordist/filmmaker Chris Lynn.
Doubting All Things Aligned, my recent collaboration with field recordist/sound artist Chris Lynn, provoked some thoughts on field recording. In Percorsi Musicali.
Doubting All Things Aligned, my newest collaboration with filmmaker/sound artist Chris Lynn, has just been released by Plus Timbre.
Doubting All Things Aligned is a new collaborative project I’ve been working on this winter with Chris Lynn. The entire set will be released soon, but for now Chris has posted an alternate version of one of the tracks that will appear. “Rusted Boats in a Foggy Harbor, version 2” features Chris’s chance piano and field recordings, and my prepared bass.
Over at Framing Sounds, Chris Lynn has posted Doubting All Things Aligned, a new collaborative composition for field recorded piano and double bass.
Image by Chris Lynn.
Delighted to see the inclusion of Augmented Landscapes in C. Reider‘s 2014 end-of-year list of recommended Netlabel releases. And a mention of our own collaboration after 30 x 12 (for C. Reider).
A Happy New Year/Buon Anno/Glückliches Neues Jahr/Bonne Année to All