Deep gratitude to Plus Timbre for releasing Lynlee’s earlier works!
Warm thanks to Una and Plus Timbre for making this happen.
Have a listen below.
Big thanks to Jesse Kaminsky for including Nanjing Railway Station at Night on his Neighbors Noise program on WFMU.
As always, the playlist is remarkable and a great place to discover field recordings.
The title of the program is called: the echo of a non event
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!
Cheers to Jesse Kaminsky for including Moving Clouds on his weekly radio program Neighbors Noise this week on WFMU.
The playlist is here
Great sounds here enjoy!
Thanks again Jesse and WFMU.
Recorded this short piece today (12/25/17) along the Potomac River. Quite chilly and windy, but exhilarating.
I was delighted to discover that “Factory close to the Yangtze River” from The Rain that Fell was featured on the Verzcast radio show on Resonance Extra in late September.
Here is the link if you want to listen. I highly recommend checking out all the programs. This is what their website says:
“verz imprint is a multimedia project that curates and supports quiet music and art, founded in 2016 by Phil Maguire. At present, the project consists of a netlabel (verz imprint), concert series (verznights), and radio show on experimental station ResonanceEXTRA (verzcast). The project attempts to explore ‘quiet’ music past and present, and what ‘quietness’ means in contemporary art(s).”
Definitely worth keeping an eye on.
Visit their website here
A field recording from Xuanwu Lake in Nanjing, China, July 2017