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Evanesce

Lou Barnell – Manapouri Ghostbirds A close relative retreated to New Zealand a decade ago. The pace of life is slower, and nature is everywhere. On our last visit, we camped on lake Manapouri in fjordland in the South Island.

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Evanesce

Lou Barnell – Manapouri Ghostbirds A close relative retreated to New Zealand a decade ago. The pace of life is slower, and nature is everywhere. On our last visit, we camped on lake Manapouri in fjordland in the South Island.

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Interference

Adern X – Behind the (h)ear There are roughly two situations in which someone can hear another: in a silent place and in a noisy one. In the first case, it’s fairly easy to hear what is said, while in

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Interference

Adern X – Behind the (h)ear There are roughly two situations in which someone can hear another: in a silent place and in a noisy one. In the first case, it’s fairly easy to hear what is said, while in

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Static Spirit: Mollye Bendell

“Focusing on the physicality of those electronics became fascinating as opposed to a means-to-an-end. After I had built a few, I just started wondering how I could screw them up.”

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Static Spirit: Mollye Bendell

“Focusing on the physicality of those electronics became fascinating as opposed to a means-to-an-end. After I had built a few, I just started wondering how I could screw them up.”

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Skin + Vinyl: Sherre DeLys

To meditate on archival recordings—divided in time by roughly 25-year spans—appeals on a number of levels. You imagine the sounds of one era crashing into another and again into another: the ’20s Zulus Ball, the ’40s Australian radio interview with

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Skin + Vinyl: Sherre DeLys

To meditate on archival recordings—divided in time by roughly 25-year spans—appeals on a number of levels. You imagine the sounds of one era crashing into another and again into another: the ’20s Zulus Ball, the ’40s Australian radio interview with

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Requiem for Radio: Amanda Dawn Christie

“Listen here,” the artist seems to beg of our curiosity via shortwave signals, drone tones, theremin twangs, even cow bones morphed into lo-fi transmitting loop antennas on a newly made cello. Read More…

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Requiem for Radio: Amanda Dawn Christie

“Listen here,” the artist seems to beg of our curiosity via shortwave signals, drone tones, theremin twangs, even cow bones morphed into lo-fi transmitting loop antennas on a newly made cello. Read More…

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The Clouds Should Know Me By Now

Myke Dodge Weiskopf listens wherever there’s a signal. Explore his process around field recording, sound archaeology and his myriad shortwave expeditions.
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The Clouds Should Know Me By Now

Myke Dodge Weiskopf listens wherever there’s a signal. Explore his process around field recording, sound archaeology and his myriad shortwave expeditions.
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Haus

Home: Four walls around a block and air from amid all that burgeoning, billowing matter with claws of stone, pinning it down. A house is your third skin. —Jenny Erpenbeck, Visitation   A written tapestry, like Erpenbeck’s pummeling text, is

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Haus

Home: Four walls around a block and air from amid all that burgeoning, billowing matter with claws of stone, pinning it down. A house is your third skin. —Jenny Erpenbeck, Visitation   A written tapestry, like Erpenbeck’s pummeling text, is

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Undulating Fabric of Time

What is a ghost? Karen Werner’s disembodied sonic artistry has a wraith-like way of arriving, like a stealth radio signal. Summon up one of those Viennese apartment dwellers, opening her door, quickly closing it after shaking out a rug, a blast of dust floating down the stairwell in the morning light. Listen + Read.

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Undulating Fabric of Time

What is a ghost? Karen Werner’s disembodied sonic artistry has a wraith-like way of arriving, like a stealth radio signal. Summon up one of those Viennese apartment dwellers, opening her door, quickly closing it after shaking out a rug, a blast of dust floating down the stairwell in the morning light. Listen + Read.

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Circuit

Leaf Catching ~ Magnus Genioso Close the eyes, listen to Magnus Genioso’s river walk. Sound shapes our sense of place, he says, defines our environment. Through the independent podcast, Where@bouts, his collaborative cohorts remix sounds to further emplace, to listen

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Circuit

Leaf Catching ~ Magnus Genioso Close the eyes, listen to Magnus Genioso’s river walk. Sound shapes our sense of place, he says, defines our environment. Through the independent podcast, Where@bouts, his collaborative cohorts remix sounds to further emplace, to listen

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Transmission

Sounds, imagined and voiced, construct a blended conversation in six parts between three podcasters upending generic storytelling genres:

 

Lily Sloane
Garrett Tiedemann
Nick van der Kolk

 

LISTEN.

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Transmission

Sounds, imagined and voiced, construct a blended conversation in six parts between three podcasters upending generic storytelling genres:

 

Lily Sloane
Garrett Tiedemann
Nick van der Kolk

 

LISTEN.

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