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New Lynlee single the ‘changeover’

I am very excited to report Lynlee have published two new tracks with more material on the way. Stream and download (name your price) on our Bandcamp page. Enjoy

Details are below:

Back in the end of February 2020, after 2 years of an incidental hiatus, we had decided to pick up where we left off and re-embark on our collaborative journey. We had started exchanging videos and audios and creating compositions again when Covid-19 was declared a pandemic and lockdowns in global scale began to be imposed in country after country.

The release of this ‘single’ marks the time of a ‘changeover’ for us – we took an organically emerged break from a consistent collaboration, and now we are in a collective state of awaiting an altered lifestyle to manifest. More and more art practices are moving towards existing online, and even music ensembles perform ‘together’ via virtual means. What we as Lynlee might do is keep on doing what we’ve been doing in the past 7 years: collect, exchange and amalgamate words, images and sounds between two different continents with the hope of exploring and cultivating our artistic practice.

Moving Image Artists Magazine Issue 2

A deep thanks to Moving Image Artists magazine for inviting me to discuss my work in their most recent issue on Landscapes. Here is the link to my article.
Take some time and hopefully discover some new and exciting filmmakers. Here is what they say:
So we invite you to join us on a journey over land and sea, through mythic forests and open moors, past farmlands, meadows and fields of standing stones, while delving deeper into the mysterious landscapes of the human mind!.”
Enjoy mia-issue-2-may-2020 link

Factory close to the Yangtze River on Tallinn radio

ihab106_front I was pleasantly surprised to see on of my tracks played on the IDA Tallinn radio station recently. Looks like they were playing Impulsive Habitat artists. Here is the link to the show.

IDA is an online community radio based in Tallinn & Helsinki.

Thanks IDA!

Here is a link to The rain that fell  published on Impulsive Habitat