kate carr, fabulations, soft recordings, 2014i love this week’s show, if i do say so myself. i guess, unsurprisingly, because i love so many of the sounds in it. frÃ©dÃ©ric nogray and yannick dauby’s first collaboration continues the experimentation yannick began with his ini.itu release a couple of years ago, combining natural recordings with surprisingly appropriate synth tracks (that time it was frogs, this time it is birds and insects). absolute value of noise, who we haven’t heard from in a few years, have now presented us with a collaboration with another friend of the show, anna friz (along with glenn gear) that is especially suited to radio. a wonderful collection of sounds from the aporee soundmaps fit in with these swimmingly, and recent releases from celer and kate carr add a pleasing layer of texture and melencholy. hope you enjoy it!
we also talked this week about the upcoming framework500 project! in 2009 we celebrated our 250th show with a 4cdr mega-release featuring a giant swathe of our favorite artists. now, just over 5 years later, as we approach our 500th (!) edition, we’ve invited a selection of those artists back to contribute new works for a new release. the exact details are still being worked out, but we can confirm a few of the names involved: jeph jerman, eamon sprod, phill niblock, jonathan coleclough and jez riley-french, among many others, have contributed new works in support of framework radio, and in celebration of our 500th edition, which will air at the end of next month. we will begin playing the contributions in our 500th show, and publication of framework500, available only through us directly to framework supporters, will follow soon after. stay tuned for more info!
[timeÂ /Â artistÂ /Â trackÂ /Â albumÂ /Â label]
00:00 – 09:20Â /Â stÃ©phane marin (aka espaces sonores)Â /Â framework introduction
27:50 – 31:24Â /Â carlos santosÂ /Â wind blowing in a resonant spaceÂ / Â olivais, portugalÂ /Â aporee soundmaps