Post Tagged with: "Kate Carr"

V/A :: Tiny Portraits (Flaming Pines)

The research on sound forms, field recordings and urban soundscaping textures guarantees an active listening experience, investing our consciousness, our sense of hearing and cognitive capabilities around the notion of memory, reflectivity and intuition. Australia based independent label Flaming Pines is back with a newly launched concept and edition about hearing space and the impact […]

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Kate Carr :: Fabulations (Soft)

Fabulations provides an inner voyage, a cinematic experience for the ears and dreamily intuitive sonic meditations where flowing droning chords subtly communicate with detached, touching guitar resonances and sound art narratives. Kate Carr is an Australian sound designer and experimental musician now located in Ireland. I’ve previously heard about her work and her name thanks […]

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V/A :: Birds of a Feather 7-12 (Flaming Pines)

Twelve birds in a modified birdhouse are way better than two in the bush. Flaming Pines has just wrapped up its beautifully beaky Birds of a Feather series with a feathery flourish (we’ve previously enjoyed the first six volumes here and here). Birds of a Feather 7-8 by Marcus Fischer Marcus Fischer :: The Crow An […]

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V/A :: Rivers Home (Flaming Pines)

The journey over the length and breadth of Rivers Home is rewarding, enriching and mostly very smooth sailing indeed. [Releases page] Rivers Home is a confluence of ideas about watercourses, a series of mini-CDs offering ten, mostly ambient perspectives and impressions of how we enjoy them, benefit from them and abuse them; the role they […]

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