espaces sonores, matins d’ariÃ¨ge, galaverna, 2015greetings from ose, in the setesdal valley of southern norway, where this show was recorded and mixed in the framework mobile studio (ie, my laptop and a sony pcm-m10). it’s been an exciting week, featuring waterfalls, rainstorms, mountains and even a failed entrepreneurial endeavor selling (or rather, attempting to sell) new england corn chowder to norwegian market goers. observations? norwegians (at least in setesdal) seem to only eat things that are in waffle, or sometimes ball, form. so if you think your milk-based corn soup is really good and will go down a treat at the local food market, don’t kid yourself. go mow some lawns instead.
but you’re probably more interested in the sounds: this week we feature an upcoming release by stÃ©phane marin, aka espaces sonores, an extracted piece of which was featured on our most recent framework:seasonal, issue #7. we also heard excerpts from one of those rare occurrences these days, an actual physical release, yannick dauby‘s å» (chÇŽng, factory) cd on his own kalerne imprint. also another echomusic release, this time by chris lynn, a self-released work by emanuele costantini, a new collection of sounds from the aporee soundmaps, and a framework introduction recorded for us in france by barry cullen.
[time / artist / track / album / label]
00:00 – 05:15 / barry cullen / framework introduction, recorded in france
27:52 – 37:02 / emanuele costantini / [extract 1] / i was looking for some sand as i didn’t have much left in my pocket / –
30:52 – 39:02 / auriea harvey / sint-baafs organ tuning tuesday 30 june 2015 / ghent, be / aporee soundmaps
47:25 – 53:22 / emanuele costantini / [extract 2] / i was looking for some sand as i didn’t have much left in my pocket / –