The Sound Diaries Q&A section continues to be updated, we now have interviews conducted between Lucia Hinojosa, Jacek Smolicki, Marlo De Lara, Kathryn Tovey, and Atilio Doreste, with more to come.
Our next SARU visiting practitioner talk, with Lily Hunter Green, is just over a week away, be sure to visit the eventbrite page for more information and booking.
SARU practitioner Patrick Farmer has just had a new online essay, ‘Soft Doors’, published by Zeno Press.
Excitingly, we’ve also just begun to discuss the possibilities of a digital audiograft come 2021. More soon.
See our Essay section for a wonderful piece concerning the last known traces of an as yet unidentified wildlife sound recordist, by Mark Peter Wright
We’ve just uploaded two texts, by Martin Nutt and Lucia Hinojosa, into our new essays section.
We’re also very happy that a new mini album by Rebecca Lee and Marie Thompson is now available on our Bandcamp page!
Be sure to sign up for the first event, with Nisha Ramayya, in our Visiting Practitioner Series!
We’re happy to announce that the first in a series of interviews with the Sound Diaries Open Call artists is now online. Click HERE to read more about Lucia Hinojosa.
As part of a bid to understand the impact of the current Covid 19 pandemic on our sounding experience Sound Diaries are working on projects that will map the changes in our everyday soundscapes as the lockdown begins to ease:
Our friends and collaborators at OCM have rescheduled a concert that was originally due to take place at audiograft 2020. “Tim Hill, together with Jonathan Cooke (electronics) presents two short sound bursts from home in Somerset. In the first, following the Thursday night ‘Clap for Carers’ he explores what he calls ‘expressive noise’, how we use sound in rituals, celebration and protest. The second introduces the electro-acoustic trio Swine, based around the sound sculptures of Michael Fairfax, in which Tim plays treated sax.”
To book your PWYD online tickets for tomorrow’s (21/05) concert, visit the OCM site HERE
We now have Bandcamp pages up and running for both our SARU and Sound Diaries imprints. The latter currently features recordings made by Paul Whitty for his Get Rid! Project, a collection of recordings documents the sound of football and happening and football not happening, look for more coming soon. The SARU imprint features recordings made by artists all over the world, responding to a composition, titled Trichromatic Moiré, by former Brookes student, Thomas Martin Nutt.
In the coming months we’re excited to be releasing some new recordings made by artists who would have been involved with audiograft 2020. Keep checking back.