#444: 2013.11.24 [jörg piringer]

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this week saw us return to our occasional framework:ephemera format. framework:ephemera editions usually occur when i am traveling, and can visit an artist in their own space, who i then invite to select the tracks i will use to mix a show, and can chat with them about their choices. this time, however, it happened the other way around: our guest jörg piringer, from vienna, was visiting us here in estonia, and we discussed his selections while picking mushrooms in the forest in põlvamaa. this was a very interesting show for me, a bit of an experiment, as jörg, who works with sound, text, and video, does not frequently work with field recording himself, so asking him to look at his own collection from that perspective brought a very different selection of sounds to the framework airwaves. these are certainly sounds you’d never otherwise have heard here, and we’re grateful to have had them brought to our attention.

a little more info on jörg and his work:

jörg piringer: born 1974. currently living in vienna, austria. member of the institute for transacoustic research. member of the vegetable orchestra. master degree in computer science. works as a freelance artist and researcher in the fields of electronic music, radio art, sound and visual electronic poetry, interactive collaborative systems, online communities, live performance, sound installation, computer games and video art.


(time / artist / track / album / label)

00:00 – 06:20  /  murmer  /  framework introduction, recorded in estonia

02:01 – 12:43  /  markus rass & daniel lercher  /  [extract 1]  / nagara  /  [self-release]

10:02 – 14:09  /  makunouchi bento  /  rain dragon, hidden genius  / swimé  /  eerik inpuj
http://makunouchibento.bandcamp.com, http://eerikinpujsound.com

13:21 – 19:07  /  chris hughes  /  slow motion blackbird  /  shift  / fontana
http://www.chughes.co.uk, http://fontanarecords.tumblr.com

16:43 – 21:34  /  jörg piringer  /  en passant  /  –  /  –

21:30 – 22:50  /  kanyok drummer  /  drum message 1  /  kanyok & luba [recordings by hugh tracey]  /  swp records

22:45 – 34:30  /  steve reich, the kronos quartet  /  different trains: america – before the war  /  different trains, electric counterpoint  /  nonesuch
http://www.stevereich.com, http://www.nonesuch.com

24:01 – 42:59  /  tibor szemzö  /  symultan  /  the other shore  /  leo records
http://www.szemzo.hu, http://www.leorecords.com

27:58 – 41:31  /  markus rass & daniel lercher  /  [extract 2]  / nagara  /  [self-release]

40:10 – 43:35  /  konstantin raudive  /  radio stimme mikrophon stimme /  musics in the margin [compilation]  /  sub rosa

42:44 – 45:23  /  aka pygmées  /  miso ma gbalombo  /  centrafrique: chants de chasse, d’amour et de moquerie  /  ocora

44:57 – 49:10  /  implosion quintet  /  the waterous device  /  i don’t hear a single  /  commodity records

48:39 – 50:22  /  the books  /  venice  /  lost and safe  /  tomlab
http://www.thebooksmusic.com, http://www.tomlab.de

50:20 – 55:07  /  amon tobin  /  kitchen sink  /  foley room  /  ninja tune
http://www.amontobin.com, http://ninjatune.net

55:03 – 56:36  /  matthew herbert  /  an apple a day…  /  plat du jour  /  accidental
http://matthewherbert.com, http://www.accidentalrecords.com

56:31 – 57:00  /  curd duca  /  vroom  /  elevator  /  mille plateau

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