#697: 2020.01.19

this edition of framework:afield, entitled women in the field, has been produced in the uk by jilliene sellner. producer’s notes: “Women in the Field is a brief exploration of the experience of females who practice field recording. I’m certain there is much more to be said on the subject particularly from those outside of Europe and North America, who do not identify as cis and/or identify as a person of colour and so on than the contents of this episode. This is just a starting point. I am extremely grateful for the contributions from the artists.” […]

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#696: 2020.01.12

we’re back folks! thank you for bearing with me while i dealt with the passing of my father – it was a difficult and chaotic holiday season, but it’s time to get things moving again. this edition is dedicated to his memory, and features an introduction i recorded with him back in 2003, and also a recording of frogs he proudly made himself and set to me about a decade later. he will be greatly, greatly missed. […]

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#695: 2019.11.17 [claude schryer]

this is the final instalment of the simplesoundscapes framework radio afield trilogy, produced in canada by claude schryer, and entitled simplesoundscapes afield 3: soundwalks. for more info visit http://simplesoundscapes.ca. […]

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#694: 2019.11.10

the playlist quickly became long this week, as we explored two great compilations, both available for your perusal on bandcamp. also, yet more work from the prolific framework-favorite manja ristić, a debut release from switzerland’s roland bucher, sounds from the aporee maps, and an intro by regular contributor barry cullen. we’re already late getting this one out, so we’ll leave it there, and let you get to listening. […]

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#692: 2019.10.27

the air is getting chilly and we fill our mixes are turning towards autumn. we’ve got several unreleased works in the mix this week, many of which can be downloaded or at least heard somewhere online (see playlist links). we’re really enjoying the download-only releases we’ve got in this week’s show (from room40, flaming pines and more), so do go check them out. […]

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#691: 2019.10.20 [william denton]

this edition of framework:afield is the first of a two-part piece recorded in france and produced in canada by william denton. part two will premier on november 3rd as framework #693. producer’s notes: “/France Audio Montage/ is a two-hour audio memoir of a trip to France in July 2019: first in Toulouse for the useR! 2019 conference and then in Paris for a week.” […]

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#690: 2019.10.13

i’m on the road, late, and distracted this week, so i’ll keep this short. i love the aural document of the sport curling in this edition, and i love how it mingles with the textures laid down by paula garcia stone, gaël segalen, and others. i hope you enjoy it too. […]

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#688: 2019.09.29

ferns recordings has re-released a cassette work from 1986 by italian sound artist massimo toniutti on cd, and it’s great – meanwhile, yannick dauby sent us two LPs from his home in taiwan, the 2nd instalment of his penghu experimental sound studio series, and the frogoroth compilation on ini.itu. these were accompanied by sounds by elsa justel, from her new release on empreintes digitales (although the two works in the show are from 2012 and 2017 respectively). and we dove in to the latest batch of listener-chosen favorites from the aporee soundmaps, this week from poland, germany, and the united states. […]

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#686: 2019.09.15

greetings, fair listeners, we are back! we had a great month off, resting our ears (hard to do in a house with two small children), perfecting our pizza recipe (the right flour is the key), and spending as much time in the forest mushroom-hunting as possible. but now there’s a chill in the air, the first fires of autumn have been lit, and we are back in the studio. […]

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#685: 2019.07.28

july 18th was world listening day – in this edition we listen to a few of the recordings uploaded to the aporee soundmaps WLD2019 project, and we hear an introduction recorded on that day as well. meanwhile we finally had a chance to check out david rothenberg’s 2-disc release on gruenrekorder, nightingale cities, featuring his signature improvisations with wildlife – this time, as you might have guessed, with nightingales, in berlin and helsinki. we also heard a sample from absolute value of noise’s outdoor solar powered generative radio station, which “tries to recreate the sounds of life in its immediate environment – imitating the sounds of insects, birds, frogs, magnetic phenomena, the wind moving through the trees, rain falling, and waves on the ocean.” you can listen live (during canadian daylight hours) at the link below in the playlist. also some historical concrete composition by greek composer myrielle kyrou, a live performance recording by bana haffar, and a composition commissioned by this year’s radiophrenia festival by kate carr.

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