A really fantastic review of 1314 was posted on the musical webzine LUX ATENEA.
You can go here to read it.
The text is in Spanish.
Big thanks Lux Atenea, Plus Timbre and Una.
Have a listen to 1314 below-
I was really elated when the Plus Timbre label approached Una and myself about possibly publishing all of our earlier material for a 2018 release. We both enthusiastically agreed.
Even though the tracks were recorded in 2013-2014 and have been available on our Bandcamp page and various compilations , this places the work in a new context, provides a new home , and certainly allows more exposure.
On an artistic level, it is also incredibly gratifying that other artists, musicians, and curators value the work as well and want to share it.
So below is a promotional video that Plus Timbre put together for your listening and viewing pleasure. The release of 1314 is forthcoming.
All of the stills were were provided by Lynlee
Video created by: Nick Petavrides
Thanks again to Plus Timbre!
A little late with this one, but a warm thanks to Radio Student in Slovenia for playing a track from from Doubting All Things Aligned a collaboration with Daniel Barbiero released on the Plus Timbre label in 2016. You can listen here. The station is “one of the oldest and the biggest independent and non-commercial radio stations in Europe. ” Thanks again!
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
Ana Villas Boas describes herself as an Urban sociologist and runner focused on studies about soundscapes and silence. Over at Keep Moving Flow she has written some wonderful lines on a few of my films/sounds and how it relates to her running practice. This perspective is really quite unique, but makes perfect sense. Look for more post on this topic soon, but for now take a trip to São Paulo, Brasil and enjoy her words.