this is the 2nd edition in our spring 2012 fundraising drive and special look at our new release, framework:seasonal ::: spring 2012. we may seem to be harping on about it a bit, but we really hope to remind people that framework can’t exist without listener support, and hope that they will find the program a worthwhile enough endeavour to consider supporting with a small donation or regular subscription. we have consciously shunned any advertising or sponsorship, or charging stations or listeners for our podcasts, but we can’t do this for free. hundreds of people listen to the show each week, and if each of them would sign up to give 1€ per month (ie, nearly nothing) we could finally make framework a full-time project, not to mention that we could then stop hassling you all several times a year in search of donations. please, if you enjoy the show, if you value it as a platform as an artist or as a listener, consider making a one-time or regular donation, of 20€, 10€, 5€, even 1€ per month. every little bit helps.
and of course if your donation is for 18€ or more, or an equivalent subscription commitment, we’ll send you the new framework:seasonal ::: spring 2012 compilation, featuring 9 great works donated to framework by the artists for this fundraising project. we listened to three of these tracks in this latest program, by dave phillips, aymeric de tapol, and anton mobin. these share space on the release with works by jd zazie, sala, james wyness, camilla hannan, pali meursault, and lasse-marc riek. we think it has come out sounding great, more that just a collection of great tracks, but tracks that work together to form a whole that is greater than the sum of it’s parts – complexity, intricacy, and delicacy all in the right measure. check it out!
these tracks were accompanied by more great works from a few artists new to our airwaves, the london-based project hanetration, and the japanese artist eisuke yanagisawa‘s focus on ultrasonic sounds. also sounds from longtime supporter and regular contributor ernst karel, from his collaboration with annette krebs, and a framework introduction recorded for us by another longtime contributor, neil griffith.
(time / artist / track / album / label)
00:00 – 03:30 / neil griffith / framework introduction
06:46 – 12:42 / dave phillips / you do not have to pretend to be what you are / framework:seasonal ::: spring 2012 / framework editions
18:07 – 23:24 / hanetration / rex / tenth oar ep / [self-release]
40:49 – 45:44 / hanetration / wreck / tenth oar ep / [self-release]