This work is a study on the ceaseless tension between everything and nothing, between “zero” and “one”. The nature of this contrast can be perceived as “everything OR nothing – 0 or 1” or as “FROM everything TO nothing and vice-versa”, like a virtually-endless self-generative continuum, as there are infinite numbers between 0 and 1.
Each artist was invited to think about this concept and to translate his/her own interpretation of it into sound.
Music composed by (following the tracklist order): Martina Betti (as Shedir); Philip Sulidae M.; Joe McKay (as Monte Burrows); France Jobin; Emile Bojesen; Seth A. Cluett; Attilio Novellino; Stefano Tashi; Bradley S. A. Deschamps (as anthéne); Luigi Turra.
Directed and curated by Edoardo Cammisa. Artwork and artistic concept by Camilla Pisani. Supervised by Angelo Guido. All tracks mastered by Marie Rose @ FixInTheMix Labs. Additional guitars on track 7 by Billy Torello. Published by Sounds Against Humanity.
Special thanks to Arianna Cammisa and Richard Chartier.
Track – a state of equilibrium obtained at a point of maximum entropy – France Jobin
40 people gathered in an imaginary community where the world lives under the gaze of the people of the future. It seems that this was a big project to develop a new, modern concept of what to do. But it was quite simply a one-off and never done to create anything new. When I first started working on this idea, I went down to a few thousand hours and I found out the work was coming just before the opening. While I wouldn’t want to add a little glossary, there were enough details for a few to make the whole concept even more interesting.
But with the exception of this tiny, tiny demo, I think I had to write something about it. Nowadays I’ve been working on something called the new project called The New Concept. The new concept is very simple, simple, and does not take up too much space (and yet we actually know exactly where we’re coming from). It doesn’t allow any of the basic concepts, since we are only going to use a little bit of math to figure out the full point of the concept. There’s only one area, and if you need to write about that, you’ll need those basic numbers yourself, so you have to really learn a bit more.
Unfortunately, that’s not the case for the concept, it’s the ones I’ve covered here and there. Play loud to please the audience. The performance should be extremely enjoyable, and that the performances will provide an exciting atmosphere.
released January 1, 2021
mastering: Roc Jiménez de Cisneros design: Joe Gilmore
“From Here to Tranquility – Volume 7” Compilation – Silent Records (USA)
September 23rd 2016
Digital only iTunes, Google Play, Amazon, Tidal, Spotify, etc.
24 new tracks by:
Scanner, Mystical Sun, Jack Hertz, Dead Voices on Air, Ethernet, Randy Grief
Dead Letters Spell Out Dead Words, Kris Force, Mike Rooke, Robin Parmar
Hawthonn, Tulpa Atma, Metcalfe/Chasny, Gunshae, Aume
Pragma, Hakobune, Nad Spiro, Miguel Isaza, France Jobin
Solipsism Solipsism, Ben Guiver, Dirk Series, Yui Onodera
“Art does not reproduce what is visible, it makes things visible” Paul Klee
Quark: How Does The Invisible Sound? is a media project born with the specific intent of exploring the possible inter-relationship between sound and the invisible, strictly related to science and physics. It relies on monthly digital releases and a MaxMSP custom software called Cconfin, inspired by elementary particles interactions and a physical phenomenon known as Colour Confinement. The software allows the artists and musicians involved to seek and discover their own vision of the invisible through sound by treating and processing audio files via custom algorithms. Presented as a collection of digital graphic cards and heterogeneous sound art pieces, the research aims to find a deep connection as close as possible to the boundary of knowledge.à
An attempt at quantum sound in a not-visible yet perceptible world.
Adam McFillin / Alex Rumboldt / Alfie Cooke / Anatole / Andersen Viana / Anla Courtis / Anthony Galante / benjaminwillems / Brayden Bagnall / Budhaditya Chattopadhyay / Cauterised / Cindy Wegner /cjmann / Colin Taibi / conversationswithrocks / Craig Johnson / Cretin Dilettante / Daniel Barbiero / Dante Palmieri / David Fenech / david ian griess / Derek Piotr / Emile Milgrim / France Jobin / Gregg Davies / Ion Plasma Incineration / Jack Chuter / James Chuter / Jay Howard / Jean Drop / Jeremiah Cymerman / Jeremy S. Adams / Jim Barker / Joel Pearson / Josh Ronsen / Joshua Hummel / L’eclipse Nue / Laurie Tompkins / Leslie Deere / Liberez / Lisa Hogan / Luke Lund / Mark Chickenfish / Matt Warren Matthew Cheshire / Matthew Lee Knowles / MEANHAWK / Michael Roth / micromelancolie / Mike Cooper / Mike Perdue / modus op / morteza shirkoohi / Mountains On Fire / My Cat Is An Alien / neeeeeill / Norman / One Qwarter Horse / Pete Simonelli / Phil Taylor / Philippe Petit / protofuse / RADIO HUMMINGBIRD / raxil4 / Robomatix Rebirth / Ryan Muar / scutopus / Sebastian Engelhardt /Seth Guy / Shaun Duke / SOLARCIRCLES / Steve Sachse / Stu Von Geel / Stuart Craig / swefn / The Dan Haynes Experience / Thomas Evans / Thomas Rex Beverly / Vagabond Dog x Geoff Smokes / Vincent Euliano
framework seasonal is a regular review of works produced by artists working with field-recording. all works are previously unreleased, and contributed freely by their creators in support of framework radio. many thanks to the artists, who have made this project possible.
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04 yannick dauby & oliver féraud ::: thorenc, 5 janvier 2013 ::: 05:54
05 stefan paulus ::: a journey into a spatial fold ::: 09:46
06 francisco lópez ::: untitled#293 ::: 14:01
07 terje paulsen ::: night recording at the waterfront kr.sand s ::: 10:29
08 maile colbet ::: helen’s hands ::: 04:21
09 luís antero ::: volta do castelo ::: 10:04
Morongo was created with field recordings at the Morongo Casino,
special thanks go to Yann Novak and Robert Crouch for their generous hospitality,
an unforgettable trip to Joshua Tree National Park and a fun stop at Morongo.
The movement of air currents are capable of causing a candle to quiver or waver. Air currents are the providence of the breath of the dead. The spirits of the deceased traverse the River Styx as souls of air. In Sanskrit, prana; in Greek, psyche or the pneuma of the aura; in Latin, the animus and spiritus of being. Gathering the spirits of the dead – their disembodied voices – into a wind capable of influencing a candle’s flame demonstrates the telekinetic power of the beyond