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Edzi'u - Kime Ani

1/15/2019
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Kime Ani are words in the Tahltan language, translated to mean "home coming" or also "let’s go home." Included here is a seven part electronic work created from a selection of vintage audio samples from Edzi'u's three generations of grandmothers and matriarchs, recorded as early as 2017 and as late as 30 years ago. A mixed race Tahltan-Tlingit electronic singer/songwriter and composer, Edzi'u mixes electronic music with classic songwriting sensibilities, exploring texture and narration, and...

Duration:00:18:29

Bernard Clarke - Sleep No More

1/15/2019
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A vision of Macbeth in life and death: four dying gasps release a torrent of sound. In part one we meet the man of evil, a rich setting. The second part presents the eternal Macbeth, now he is a she, tormented by self hatred. The end returns the beginning. Bernard Clarke (1967). Radio broadcaster by day, radio creature by night. The Deep Wireless 14 Online Album was produced by New Adventures in Sound Art (NAISA) for the 2019 edition of the annual Deep Wireless Festival of Radio &...

Duration:00:10:03

Petri Kuljuntausta - Time Anomaly

1/15/2019
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Time has different meanings. We have our own biological time and psychological time. The working time measures our daily routines. Mass and energy warps space and time. Quantum theorists studying the fourth dimension propose that time can bend, allowing us to glimpse the future. 'Time Anomaly' is influenced about the concept of time and the work is a study about the common time machine, the clock. The sound source of the work is just one clock and its ticking sound (60 bpm) which is...

Duration:00:04:59

Benoit Bories - Gateway

1/14/2019
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Gateway invites listeners to feel the ecological and social changes affecting the Kiewa Valley and High Country in Australia. It is created by little stories that describe the relationship between people and their environment. Gateway is a sound art project produced by the Bogong Center for Sound Culture. Fieldwork was made possible with the assistance of B-CSC's supported residency program, French Institute and the municipality of Toulouse. Benoit Bories is a sound documentary maker and...

Duration:00:41:47

Helena Krobath - I Dreamt This Was My Home

1/14/2019
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This wordless narrative takes place in logging and recreation forests around the former missionary project and railroad settlement of Mission, British Columbia. Reconsidering nature and enclosure, I compose electroacoustic land-and-memory-scapes. I use vehicles as recording media and bodily prosthetic; place myself in friction with park design and flow; listen beyond visual frames; and trouble spatial narratives. - HK Helena Krobath uses sound to explore phenomenology of place. She...

Duration:00:06:28

Kazuya Ishigami - Depiction of sounds - pray to buddha and gods

1/14/2019
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At the end of the year, I hear the bells on New Year's Eve. In order to wash away all the bad things of the year. And, as next year will be a good year, I wash out the heart. New Year, I will pray to the shrine. - KI Kazuya Ishigami is a composer, sounds performer and sound engineer born in 1972 in Osaka, Japan. He studied electroacoustic music composition at INA-GRM in 1997. His pieces were performed at DR(DeutschlandRadio/Germnay) ,WDR(westdeutscher rundfunk/Germany), FUTURA(France),...

Duration:00:08:07

Monica Kidd - Summer Stillness

1/14/2019
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Stillness invites the act of listening. Life on an island does this, too. Instead of moving through the world, living on a small island gives one the sense of having the world move through oneself. Monica Kidd does this every summer when she travels to her family's cabin on a small island in the Bay of Exploits, Newfoundland. There is no electricity or running water, and the world, except for the water and weather, is very still. "Summer Stillness" is a soundscape from that time and place. -...

Duration:00:12:20

Jullian Hoff - Machine In The Shell

1/14/2019
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The work is questioning the interactions between an autonomous generative device that produces the musical material for 16 channels with the hyperactivity of a computer system and the composer in his role of formatting and supervising the syntax. Sound materials used explores different kind of machine’s sounds archetypes like pure sounds, noises, glides, glitches, mechanical iterations and so on with perfect parametric control on every aspect as well as some anthropomorphism of the machine...

Duration:00:20:44

Seth Rozanoff - Qu Extensions

1/14/2019
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Qu-Extensions is an arrangement of found sounds, and their processed counterparts; I view this arrangement as a type of 'slow improvisation'. For the work's construction, my setup in the studio was adapted from a previous performance system, which had initially generated seemingly meditative and tranquil sonic forms. - SR Seth Rozanoff's work tends to manage musical dialogue through combining a range of scores, studio techniques, and live electronic systems. He enjoys performing with...

Duration:00:08:39

Edgardo Moreno - Tsikatsi

1/14/2019
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Tsikatsii. A large grasshopper with a loud percussive wing flap. Original field recording of Tsikatsii made on Blood reserve Kainaii, Southern Alberta. Edgardo Morneno is a Chilean born musician and composer who dabbles in film, documentary, contemporary dance scores. He lives in Hamilton Ontario. www.musicamoreno.com The Deep Wireless 14 Online Album was produced by New Adventures in Sound Art (NAISA) for the 2019 edition of the annual Deep Wireless Festival of Radio & Transmission Art. The...

Duration:00:05:35

Zoe Gordon - Ways of Listening

1/13/2019
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A self portrait reflecting on interviews about listening with seven women artists and colleagues working in Thunder Bay, Ontario during a six month period recording and considering my relationship to the place I live in. - ZG Included in this piece are the voices of Ardelle Sagutcheway, Michelle Derosier, Leanna Marshall, Jean Marshall, Elizabeth Hill, Jayal Chung, Kerri White and Tracie Louttit. Zoe Gordon is a media artist living in Thunder Bay, Ontario. She is also a sound recordist and...

Duration:00:17:05

Sebastiane Hegarty - Tapping the Air: weak signals for six radios at nightfall

1/12/2019
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A recording of a live micro-FM transmission performed at the Lizard Wireless Telegraphy Station, Cornwall: site of Marconi’s first ‘over-the-horizon’ wireless transmission in 1901. The composed transmission is based on field-recordings collected on the Lizard Peninsular, a landscape littered with the architectural remains of listening and communication. Haunted by the did-dit-dit of Marconi’s test signal tapped out on the towers and blast walls of these architectural ghosts, the emerging...

Duration:00:24:03

Making Waves - 20181013 - Virtual Reality: Lisa Jackson and Christine Webster

10/13/2018
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Making Waves is a monthly radio program produced by New Adventures in Sound Art for WGXC Wave Farm. To explore more episodes of Making Waves or add it to your podcast player go to: wavefarm.org/wgxc/schedule/1b55r4 On the October 2018 edition of Making Waves Darren Copeland interviews two artists using Virtual Reality from completely different backgrounds. Lisa Jackson is an Anishinaabe cross-genre filmmaker from Toronto and Christine Webster is a composer and media artist from Paris France....

Duration:00:59:27

Jordan Wyshniowksy performing Paul Dolden's Physics of Seduction

8/20/2018
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Cellist Jordan Wyshniowsky from the North Bay Symphony performs Physics of Seduction (Invocation #3) by Paul Dolden. Performance recorded on August 18, 2018 at the NAISA North Media Arts Centre in South River, Ontario, Canada. Program Note: What compositional strategy can the contemporary artist use in order to produce a subversive charge in the face of a world drained of substance, meaning, value and difference? One approach is to use the materials of repression and extend their logic to...

Duration:00:22:18

Making Music from Brain Waves by Aaron Labbé

8/7/2018
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Aaron Labbé speaks about the methods and intentions behind the Psychoactive Music installation presented outside at The NAISA North Media Arts Centre in South River, Canada on July 14, 2018.

Duration:00:48:07

Makingwaves - 20180714 - Victoria Fenner, Stefan Rose, Glenn Hubert

7/22/2018
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Making Waves is a monthly radio program produced by New Adventures in Sound Art for WGXC Wave Farm. To explore more episodes of Making Waves or add it to your podcast player go to: https://wavefarm.org/wgxc/schedule/1b55r4 The July edition of Making Waves celebrates World Listening Day. In the first half hour Darren Copeland interviews Victoria Fenner and Stefan Rose about their audio-visual collaboration Seeing Sound that ponders why to add visuals to sounds. In the second half we go on a...

Duration:01:14:45

Carlo Patrão - Misophonia: Oral Oddities & Other Annoyances

2/8/2018
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Misophonia is a chronic condition characterized by highly negative emotional responses to auditory triggers such as chewing, lip smacking, breathing, sniffling, coughing or slurping. This radio piece explores the world of bodily sounds and reflects the ways in which this health issue has been covered by the media. Can we perceive misophonic trigger sounds as music? Carlo Patrão is a Portuguese radio producer based in New York City. Deep Wireless 13 Online Album was produced by New Adventures...

Duration:00:50:17

Martin Marier at NAISA - Art's Birthday Performance

1/16/2018
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Live performance by Martin Marier on his digital musical instrument The Sponge performed on January 17, 2018 at the NAISA North Media Arts Centre in South River.

Duration:00:20:23

Maggi Payne - Sferics

1/15/2018
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Voyager 1 and 2 plasma wave instruments detected whistler-like activity when passing Jupiter in 1979. I celebrated Juno’s 2016 arrival at Jupiter by composing Sferics using recordings of whistlers, sferics captured by my VLF receivers, white and pink noise generators from Moog IIIP and Aries synthesizers and my shortwave radios. Maggi Payne composes music for concert presentation, video and dance, and is a video artist, recording engineer, and Co-Director, Center for Contemporary Music,...

Duration:00:10:13

Sarah Dew - Caught Between Two Worlds (Seen Off Scarborough)

1/15/2018
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‘Caught Between Two Worlds (Seen Off Scarborough)’ is a new take on the myth of the ‘selkies’: the seal people. The work combines the artist’s narrative with field recordings of the sea (at Scarborough, North Yorkshire, UK); recordings of family members discussing the selkie myth; original music and sound art. Sarah Dew is a songwriter, composer, sound artist, singer, pianist, penny whistler, music teacher, choir leader and performer. Currently she is studying for Masters in Music degree...

Duration:00:07:49