Monthly Archives: February 2017
Union Station (Washington DC) Field Recording
From Journal of Drifting Hours
Super 8 still 88
New Lynlee Project!
I am happy to report that Una and I are working on
a new collaborative series ‘Words in the Winds : Sounds’. Here is a brief description:
A field recording is marked with the presence of the sound recordist through a recited poem and accompanied by musical intervention, which occurs through exchange of sound. Below is our first track.
Voice and Field Recording: Una Lee
Piano: Chris Lynn
Poem: A Thousand Roses by Una Lee
Maple House Collective presents…
Alex Pelchat – acoustic guitar/tapes/spoken words/contact mic’d objects (Harry Pussy meets John Fahey?!)
Nate Scheible – Tapes, tapeworms, trapezoids, voice, drumstick.. dumb stick… (custom emoji).
Chris Lynn will be premiering two new super 8 rolls of 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.
Zwischenzug – It was only a matter of time before these three veterans of the DC Experimental scene would get together to do a post-reductionist scraping electronic meltdown. Chris Videll (electronics), Phong Tran (zither/objects), and Gary Rouzer (cello) have agreed to combine falling objects, fireworks, and glacial exhalation. Will it be a train wreck or the start something greater than the sum of the parts? This is yet to be determined.
Super 8 still 89