Archive for February, 2009

Au Clair De La Lune (Digital) | free compilation from INFREQUENCY

Wednesday, February 25th, 2009

infrequency.org

Various – Au Clair De La Lune (Digital)
Mp3 | INFREQUENCY D001 | 55mins

Philippe Jelli – U_Cinderella (For Flo)
Jimmy Behan – Her Voice
Venus Vulture – Monduacs
Thomas Anfield & David Bircham – Adumbratus
Richard Lainhart – La Lune Dans La Lumière De Jour
Cimarron Corpé – Nuit Enchantée
Shin Ichiro A – Deep Cascade
Rob Theakston – Cedar Lineal Luau
Sighup – Pierrot Répondit

Free download (117Mb zip)

<a href="http://jimmybehan.bandcamp.com/track/her-voice">Her Voice by Jimmy Behan</a>
Her Voice (7:50)

“This free digital release expands upon INFREQUENCY’s recent 2xCD compilation Au Clair De La Lune with an open call made for artists to submit their own interpretations of an 1860 recording by Édouard-Léon Scott. This digital-only release from INFREQUENCY collects together nine exceptional submissions as high quality Mp3s.
The original recording was made by Édouard-Léon Scott de Martinville on April 9, 1860 using his own invention, the phonautograph, and consists of a series of scratches on a roll of blackened paper. Scott had never developed a way to play back his recordings and they went unheard for 148 years. In 2008, scientists at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory converted the thin lines back into audio, allowing us to hear a woman singing a segment of the folk song Au Clair De La Lune“.
(from infrequency.org)

The 2xCD compilation, Au Clair De La Lune, is available from INFREQUENCY.ORG and features many acclaimed artists such as Steve Roden, Stephen Vitiello & Molly Berg, Bernhard Günter and Christophe Charles.



New Relay artist added: Polly Fibre

Monday, February 16th, 2009

Polly Fibre (aka Christine Ellison) has been added to the Relay: A Dialogue Between Sound Artists net-audio project.
Read and listen to her entry here.

Klangboot Radio podcast

Sunday, February 8th, 2009



An ambient/soundscapes podcast from Germany featuring Box Of Broken Things.

www.klangboot.de