I am really thrilled to have two sound pieces for this event at the Hirshhorn Museum. This is part of the Sound Scene 2016 hosted by the DC Listening Lounge . Here is a link to the show
Below is one the recordings that will be featured. This track is part of From Chance to Deal- A collection of field recordings from the Eastern Shore.
Lastly, I am off to Nanjing, China for recording and teaching-So the updates will be a bit slow.
The majority of this footage was recorded in December of 2014 in Normandie, France and is from the Journal of Drifting Hours series.
Drifting moments, lyrical passages, memory impulses, landscape studies and visual notations captured and edited in- camera on super 8 film.
I screened this reel at Rhizome last month.
I am a bit late on this, but was happy to discover one of my tracks was featured on the CAM radio program dedicated to field recordings. From what I gather, CAM is based in Wales and is a platform for experimental music and film.
Go Here to listen. The program is stellar! Here is what they say:
This special mix concentrates on the role of field recordings within music. All tracks featured in this show are either a pure field recording or ones that feature field recordings layered with other sounds or manipulated from a number of artists around the world. The show features a huge variety of sounds ranging from wine making in West Wales (Jacob Whittaker) to marching bands in San Sebastian (Tyler Newman), and from the cliffs of northern Iceland (Kate Carr) to road trips in Portugal (Tobiáš Potočný)
The track Xu leads the classroom discussion is taken from Remote Partings published on the Echomusic label a few years ago.
From Journal of Drifting Hours