our latest regular edition features some great site-specific situations: jeph jerman‘s experiments with lo-fi spatial transmissions of the sounds from outside his studio to its interior space, and the 2nd physical publication from the open-ended revenant project of site-specific improvisations with found materials. also a few releases that have been waiting patiently in our ‘to play’ pile for far too long, from simon whetham and my fun.
meanwhile, we also heard the 2nd track from our upcoming framework seasonal compilation, to be released in the coming weeks, this one by marc behrens and entitled yes, china. the page for the autumn 2011 edition of framework seasonal is now online, so you can read more about the works on the cd and find links for more information for all the artists. have a look here, and consider becoming a framework donor and reserving yourself a copy!
(time / artist / track / album / label)
00:00 – 05:56 / edwin carnell / framework introduction
[no web info]
03:05 – 13:44 / jeph jerman / 4 track composite of various mics/amps bringing outside sounds into the studio / outside/inside / aarc
08:03 – 14:38 / my fun / easy rest / camaraderie / the land of
21:14 – 25:25 / my fun / churning surf / camaraderie / the land of
22:16 – 29:05 / jeph jerman / baby monitor on front porch broadcasting to studio / outside:inside / aarc
41:00 – 46:27 / my fun / dunes / camaraderie / the land of
48:47 – 56:16 / my fun / gasp / camaraderie / the land of
52:39 – 57:00 / jeph jerman / contact mics affixed to plants in the rain connected to amps inside studio / outside:inside / aarc