A little late on some recent posts from around the globe.
Audio: Special thanks to Pilot Eleven Netlabel (UK) for including Lynlee’s 1314 in their February Highlights edition-Go here
Text: Thanks to Keep Moving Flow(Brazil) for her recent thoughts on In the evening slow ships would emerge-Go here to read
and to L’emergere del possibile (Italy) for including Late Autumn, Early Winter in their 15 most important films in the last five years. This was a special post commemorating their five year anniversary
Audiovisual: Lastly, something recent from a Japanese blog that highlighted A walk in February and Changeable Weather-Go here
Thanks to you all!
Still from: In the evening slow ships would emerge
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 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
I am very excited to announce that Words in the Winds: Sounds is now available for your listening pleasure on Plus Timbre. Here are some of the details:
‘Words in the Winds : Sounds’ is the new collaborative series by
Chris Lynn and Una Lee. The project rose from recognising that
we as field recordists often try our best to disguise our presence
within the sound recordings despite the fact that their mere
existence implies the involvement of human activity. As a result,
we started to mark our presence through reciting our original
haikus and poems, whilst making the field recordings, the
content of which were based on or inspired by our sonic
Each track effectively contains a short poem written and recited
either by Chris or Una, which would be sent to the other who in
exchange would create an accompaniment whether in a musical
format such as piano or vocal improvisation or with another piece
of field recording as a response.
This process is an evolved version of several projects previously
and currently conducted by the duo, such as ‘Miniature
Landscape Correspondences’ and ‘Word in the Winds’, the word/
image-based project in which an image was sent from one to the
other person who subsequently would respond to it with a short
More on this release in the near future. Big thanks to Una and Plus Timbre
Over the next few months, I will be adding older audio works to my Bandcamp page. These works have been released on various net-labels, but are not on Bandcamp. You can still easily find them on Internet Archive.
This one is not that old, but I felt it was a good way to start.
Summer Storms was released on GFR last November.