Save the Date: SoundCamp 2017

16 February 2017 // Field Recording

SoundCamp May 2015 Central Meadow, Stave Hill. Pinhole by Ky Lewis News reached us this morning of SoundCamp’s plans for 2017. This year’s series of outdoor listening events will take place over the weekend of International Dawn Chorus Day, 6-7 May. Sites at Stave Hill Ecological Park, Rotherhithe; End of the World Garden, Cornwall; South […]

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Cities & Memory: Sacred Spaces

14 February 2017 // Field Recording

Following their wonderful London Underground sound project The Next Station last year, we were pleased to hear of a new happening from the folk over at Cities & Memory, who launched the first ever sound map of the world’s sacred, spiritual and religious spaces yesterday as part of a new global collaborative sound project. With […]

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In The Dark x The Grant Museum of Zoology

29 January 2017 // Events //Field Recording

Words and pictures: Diva Harris Even if, like me, you’re someone who likes taxidermy, finding yourself in a room stuffed wall-to-wall and floor-to-ceiling with long-deceased members of the animal kingdom can take some acclimatisation; not least if said room is steeped in darkness. Last Tuesday, watched by the varnished turtles, jars of iridescent sea mice […]

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Caught by the River at The Horse Hospital

7 December 2016 // Events //Field Recording //Music //Poetry

Letterpress and design by Nick Hand. Rook lino cut by Hannah Cousins A date for your new calendar: Monday 27th February 2017 We’re pleased to announce that we’ll be hosting a series of events in one of the capital’s most interesting arts spaces early next year. The first evening features: – Kate Carr (I Had […]

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Japan Sound Portrait

28 September 2016 // Field Recording

Japan Sound Portrait are pleased to announce the project’s first physical release – a bamboo USB card containing an hour of lossless audio as collected by the project to date. These have been combined into a continuous mix by the project’s founders, Nick Luscombe, from BBC Radio 3’s Late Junction, and Neil Cantwell, co-director of […]

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