#361. Independent sound art, radiophonic projects and other audio non-visual misunderstandings and findings. Quarantunes XVII. Amplify2020.
Otomo Yoshihide – Guitar and Turntables. (1)
Otomo Yoshihide – Guitar and Turntables. (2)
Otomo Yoshihide – Guitar and Turntables. (3)
1. Guitar and Turntables 1.
3. Guitar and Turntables 2.
Recorded at home studio Aug 21-23 2020 in Tokyo. OTOMO YOSHIHIDE : Guitar and Turntables.
Released August 22, 2020.
2. Sergio Merce – Pendulum Movement.
Sergio Merce: microtonal saxophone/analog synthesizer. Recorded July 23-25 in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Released July 27, 2020.
3. Will Montgomery – Lubender .
While on holiday in the west of England in the last week of July, I gained access to a pipe organ in a former Methodist chapel. The feeling of airiness in this high-ceilinged space after months of lockdown in a small London flat was uplifting. It was enhanced by the sound of air rushing through the pipes of the instrument. I set up mics close to the organ and high up at the back of the room, and made some recordings. Recorded 29 and 31 July, 2020. Assembled 2-9 August 2020. Image: Ben Drury.
Released August 10, 2020.
4. Denis Sorokin – Kupchino. (solo for Jon)
Denis Sorokin – retuned electric guitar, mandolin with e-bow, radio. Recorded in one take without overdubs in 30 July 2020 at Kupchino, Saint-Petersburg, Russia. Mastered by Sergei Tumanov at NCTMMRN studio, Melbourne, Australia. Artwork by Denis Sorokin.
5. Martin Kay – Bath Time (2nd Edit) – 01 PT. 1.
Recorded and produced July 12th-23rd, 2020 in Melbourne. Bath Time (2nd Edit) is a four-part composition that considers my daughter’s and my own nightly/weekly bathing routines through the composed and shifting acoustic perspectives of the open air space above our bathtub, the inside chamber of a large vase situated in the corner of our bathroom, and the material vibrations of our ceramic bathroom wall, acrylic bathtub shell and the water contained water within.