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
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.
A track from Words in the Winds: Sounds will be on the latest Duck in a Tree show on Resonance FM-listing and link below
Link is here
A big thanks to :Zoviet*france for playing our track. Thrilled to be on such an incredible show!
I will post the mixcloud link when available
Lynlee’s Words from the Winds:Sounds was played once again on the excellent radio show CATFIGHTS “for the weekend” #5.09 – OPEN SECRET MIXTAPE-
The mix is here. Have a listen to some very diverse sounds and great mixes from Belgium. Here is a link to the station- A warm thanks for keeping us in rotation!
In addition, That’s It–No. 139 by Brian P. Dunleavy also featured a track from our latest. This particular podcast features William Burroughs, Meridith Monk and Sonny Rollins. Check it out here. Cheers!
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 a bit late on this, but was happy to discover one of my tracks was featured on the CAM radio program dedicated to field recordings. From what I gather, CAM is based in Wales and is a platform for experimental music and film.
Go Here to listen. The program is stellar! Here is what they say:
This special mix concentrates on the role of field recordings within music. All tracks featured in this show are either a pure field recording or ones that feature field recordings layered with other sounds or manipulated from a number of artists around the world. The show features a huge variety of sounds ranging from wine making in West Wales (Jacob Whittaker) to marching bands in San Sebastian (Tyler Newman), and from the cliffs of northern Iceland (Kate Carr) to road trips in Portugal (Tobiáš Potočný)
The track Xu leads the classroom discussion is taken from Remote Partings published on the Echomusic label a few years ago.
: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!