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-
‘877 Miles’ is a new track by Lynlee, featured in Classwar Karaoke – 0025 Survey. This track is made with recordings from Montpellier and Belfast, each taken by Chris Lynn and Una Lee. Free streaming and download is available in the link below. Enjoy!
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!
Una Lee will be screening A Rolling Mind and a few of here own innovative works at the wonderful dotolim in Seoul, South Korea. Thanks Una! If you are in Seoul pay a visit. Here is a link to the event
poster credit: dotolim
The Miniature Landscape Correspondence began in early spring with Una Lee. As a collaborative duo, we wanted to create something like a video letter or correspondence documenting a moment or view in time. Each view (moment) was composed of two shots, one from each continent, Asia and America. This is the first series and we hope you enjoy them!