London UK 06.20.2010 framework

This sunday on framework :“these are few of my favorite things”  by i8u

/*framework* / – phonography / field recording;
contextual and decontextualized sound activity
presented by patrick mcginley

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sunday,06.20.10, 10pm, london, uk on resonance 104.4fm (
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Framework – i8u – my favorite things (Installment) #6

Bonjour, I am France Jobin better known as i8u.  Welcome to “these are a few favorite things”.

As mentioned in earlier installments, my interpretation of field recording based work,
is very broad however, the thread I like to follow is to find artists who have mastered
their unique identity through the music of sound.

Here we continue with our focus on send and receive, a festival that has taken place in Winnipeg,
Canada for the last 10 years.  We will cover another 9 live performaces from 2005 to 2008.

In the fall of 2009, s+r issued a dvd, 10 years of sound,
what follow are excertps of thoses live performances.

Playlist + additional info below

Performace Dates            Artists & Websites

1. 2005                    Jason Kahn –
2. 2005                    Aki Onda –
3. 2005                    Bernhard GUNTER – 3X3IS9
4. 2007                    Scant Intone-
5. 2007                    Crys Cole
6. 2006                    Steve Bates
7. 2006                    Fletcher Pratt
8. 2008                    sawako
9. 2008                    Oren Ambarchi

Additional info:


Send+Receive 10 years of sounds (2009)

send + receive’s 10th Anniversary audio + video DVD set,
featuring select performances from the past ten years of  send + receive’s remarkable history, extensive liner notes by festival founder Steve Bates, and a feature-length documentary about the festival by Winnipeg filmmaker/writer Caelum Vatnsdal.