#420: 2013.05.12

sea organsea organ, polina tšerkassova

spring has finally sprung here in estonia – we’ve had sunny days and high temperatures (for us, anyway) and the bbq grills have come out. this is the first completely normal regular edition we’ve produced in quite awhile, what with editions of framework:ephemera, framework:afield, and the framework:seasonal fundraising editions we produced before leaving for three weeks in the middle east. so the last time we walked outside and recorded the talky bits (that’s the technical term) for a show, there was still much, much snow on the ground. very different from today’s sun and grass and birds.

very pleased to see the return of our occasional aporee maps segment this well, with a nice tour starting in the uk, moving on the italy, the united states, and ending up in india. you’ll find direct links to their maps locations below. we also heard tracks from a showcase release of lithuanian sound artists, a great look into a blossoming scene. also some textual work: ross adams sound poem by and with the sami people in northern finland, and kristoff k. roll’s dreamscapes recorded in france. and a few unreleased submissions from artists based here in estonia, both recorded while abroad: taavi tatsi almost recorded a framework intro for us while in portugal, and polina tšerkassova recorded the beautiful wave organ in zadar, croatia. all this began with our first ever framework introduction recorded in mexico! keep them coming!

(time / artist / track / album / label)

00:00 – 03:53  /  vlax  / framework intro, recorded in mexico

02:56 – 09:38  /  paul whitty  /  listening to the masts in the creek  /  brightlingsea, uk  /  aporee maps

03:57 – 12:08  /  polina tšerkassova  /  [extract]  /  sea organ, zadar, croatia  /  –
[no web info]

07:13 – 17:06  /  ross adams  /  nord rute [extract 1]  /  nord rute  /  gruenrekorder

13:37 – 29:13  /  eero pulkkinen & teemo iltola  /  [extract 1]  / siilo  /  [self-release]

17:02 – 18:13  /  jiri lindovsky  /  the gray stone quarries at monte ceceri  /  fiesole, it  /  aporee maps

21:24 – 26:27  /  andrius rugys (PB8)  /  gir gir gir gar gar gar (garsas)  /  lithuanian sound art  /  gintas kraptavičius
http://monoskop.org/Andrius_Rugys, http://gintask.dar.lt

23:01 – 37:09  /  kristoff k. roll  /  méridienne allongée  /  a l’ombre des ondes  /  empreintes DIGITALes
http://kristoffk.roll.free.fr, http://empreintesdigitales.com

29:02 – 32:19  /  ryan urban  /  in search of the pulse  /  houston, us  /  aporee maps

30:02 – 34:29  /  lina lapelytė  /  PAR (live excerpt)  /  lithuanian sound art  /  gintas kraptavičius
http://www.linalapelyte.com, http://gintask.dar.lt

31:10 – 40:12  /  steve rowell  /  kewaunee nuclear plant shut down  / wisconsin, us  /  aporee maps

36:24 – 50:31  /  ross adams  /  nord rute [extract 2]  /  nord rute  /  gruenrekorder

40:11 – 51:20  /  kristoff k. roll  /  méridienne inclinée  /  a l’ombre des ondes  /  empreintes DIGITALes
http://kristoffk.roll.free.fr, http://empreintesdigitales.com

42:58 – 55:07  /  eero pulkkinen & teemo iltola  /  [extract 2]  / siilo  /  [self-release]

48:03 – 55:32  /  taavi tatsi  /  museo de aqua  /  –  /  –
[no web info]

51:46 – 54:43  /  francois emmanuel fodéré  /  night walk  /  om beach, karnataka, in  /  aporee maps

55:06 – 57:00  /  SALA  /  fermentacija  /  lithuanian sound art  / gintas kraptavičius
http://alas23.blogspot.com, http://gintask.dar.lt

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  1. ryan
    Posted May 13, 2013 at 5:39 pm | Permalink

    great show. glad to see you included two native houstonians in the mix :D. steve rowell’s was a super addition – what a great document and description he made. i appreciate what you do, patrick. i look forward to each and every edition and am learning a lot along the way.

    • patrick
      Posted May 16, 2013 at 12:35 pm | Permalink

      thanks ryan. yes, steve’s recording is great. i recommend, for those who haven’t already, following the link to it on the aporee site and reading the commentary he’s written to go with it.

  2. jules
    Posted May 15, 2013 at 12:09 pm | Permalink

    excellent stuff. found you via listening at https://soundcloud.com/naturesounds_nz

    • patrick
      Posted May 16, 2013 at 12:35 pm | Permalink

      great, glad to hear it! we’re big fans of grant’s work…

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