Posts tagged ‘sound art’

June 21, 2018

solstice 2: Earth Stepper

The long awaited Earth Stepper debut is finally available on Spectropol.

Dan Stearns has been posting chunks from this collaborative project with Andrew Heathwaite for a few years, but finally the first full-length album is ready for presentation as a whole, with more collections of tracks coming later in the year.

Stream it and download it (for $5) at Bandcamp:

Earth Stepper is a collaborative project by Dan Stearns (instruments) and Andrew Heathwaite (vocals and text), with a handful of contributions from friends, mixed by Stearns into a microtonal and often noisy multidimensional stew. This album, Passport to Magonia, defies easy description. It beguiles, it challenges, and it gets into the back of your brain and under your skin. As with other music by Stearns (see Golden Town, SpecT 03), there is a conviction behind it that betrays an underlying logic, a subliminal flow, despite the chaotic layered surfaces; a sound-art tethered beautifully to Heathwaite’s words and melodies. Step into this trip.

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February 12, 2013

inkplaces is available

andrew young’s new collection of exploratory sound pieces is available for download at the Spectropol shop.

“…a daydream of the chaotic universe outside of human perception.”

artwork by nick lane.
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November 7, 2012

Borghi discs are shipping

The hard copies are in and look and sound great!

October 24, 2012

Musica per Nastro download is here.

This delectable assortment of acousmatic tracks from Italian sound artist/musician Andrea Borghi is a textural feast for the ears.

Originally intended to be released on cassette, the work is also a tribute to composition methods used in electronic tape music of the 1960s. Every track is processed in real-time by a patch built in the Max application and is based on cut-up, sovraposition, sound stretching, loop, echo and feedback.

Name your price download (now) or $7 CDR (ships Nov 5)  at the link below.

October 11, 2012

New Andrea Borghi out in late October!

Musica Per Nastro (Music for Tape) from sound artist Andrea Borghi (Italy) is nearly ready for public consumption. It will have a CDR option with Borghi’s beautiful cover art.

Here’s a video from 2010 to whet your appetite.

http://borghi74aa.blogspot.it