Go here to read Daniel Barbiero’s insightful and intelligent report on Sonic Circuits 2014. Thanks Daniel!
:Zoviet *France’s Radio show A Duck In A Tree has included seven Lynee tracks on their most recent program called “Spring Reverberates”
A very warm thanks to them! The program is here It will air tomorrow on Basic FM.
I will post the links to the podcast and mixcloud as soon as they are online.
Update: Here are the links to download or listen-
Go spend some time with their programs!
There is a new Lynlee track featured in the recent Haze Sound Interpretation series on cities . This one is on Berlin. Thanks to Una for providing and editing the interviews. She did a masterful job! You can go here to listen.
Una writes a wonderful note on here facebook page as well
We will post this on Souncloud soon!
Artwork: Haze Netlabel
Thanks to everyone who came out this year-it was a great night.
The other night H. Paul Moon premiered his excellent short documentary on Salaryman for Sonic Circuits. See it below!
This is a great example of the adventurous, innovative nature of Sonic Circuits and why it is essential!
Go here to support Sonic Circuits
More on this soon!
Russian video artist Ian Kubra has created a very lovely piece called Practicing Landcapes. The audio tracks are Lynlee’s The Day ends Softly and Una Lee’s Between the Cherry Blossoms. Thanks Ian and Una for this wonderful work.
woman – Maria Menshenina
camera by Evgeny Vtorov, Ian Kubra
concept, editing by Ian Kubra
soundscape by Una Lee and Chris H. Lynn including “The day ends softly”, “Between the cherry blossoms”
A few words on Changeable Weather and links-
“Sonic richness to be discovered, it definitely will be a treat for your sore soul on a hot summer day. ” From my wonderful collaborator and Sound Artist Una Lee-her link is here
“Sounds like sitting and listening in the garden, where there is a road before and birds tell their story!” from the always reliable Kulturterrorismus-German music blog- link is here
Thanks to all!
Below is Shoreline around dusk a track from the disc-
Una Lee has had a very busy summer! Besides being part of Lynlee with me, she has managed to put out two superb new releases. Both discs offer many aural rewards after a few listens. Mindwandering is released on the withering-trees label and features Hyo Jung Kim on Violin and voice. Here is what they say :
“The term ‘ Stream of consciousness’ or ‘Train of thoughts’ would be the best way to describe the idea, by which this piece ‘Mindwandering’ was made. It’s a rather longer sound collage of over 30 different found sound tracks and some field recordings of improvised music, which were used and manipulated to accompany the infinitely wandering mind.”
There are some wonderful passages here that masterfully blend sound art, improv, and field recordings into one organic whole. The link is here to listen and download. Check out some other works as well by the label, which looks to be quite promising.
Una’s other release is called Static Flux , here raindrops are recorded in different positions and situations to create a trancelike meditation on the percussive sounds of rain.
For the last week or so, this has been my main listen . It’s Fantastic!
Check it out
Robert Robertson has a new series called Rabelaisdada and it is wickedly funny. Here is the link to the site. I am just getting started on it and it certainly has peaked my interest. More on this soon
Check it out!
This is a really wonderful review of the show in San Francisco last week.
Go here to read it!
Thanks Ms. Brooks!