When does a shock wave become sound? When does pressure create impact? When do lies spread faster than truths and channels of social communication become vessels of disinformation? What happens in the medium on the other side of the supersonic boundary? Beginning with the air pressure inside the massive organ, Where Shockwaves Become Sound is […]
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Source: IKLECTIK. Persistence of Sound: Natasha Barrett + Mark Vernon Saturday 23 July 2022 | 3pm – 5pm An afternoon of superb acousmatic music from internationally renowned composers Natasha Barrett and Mark Vernon, using the 13.4 ambisonic sound system!
Here is where I post, at a frequency of about once a week, a list of the new music that has caught my attention that week. All of the releases listed below I’ve heard for the first time this week and come recommended. Gauci / Eisenberg / Mela – Live at Scholes Street Studio (2022)Nyctalllz […]
Excellent! Even though it’s been only a few months since her last full-length album (the brilliant Heterotopia on Persistence of Sound) we are again served with another drop of un-released or, in this case, out of print music from Natasha Barrett. I’ve been doing ongoing coverage of her works, both past and present on AMN […]
The latest from Natasha Barrett is reviewed. Also reviewed is the latest from Survival Unit III. La Monte Young’s Trio is finally released. Michael Bisio’s new release is reviewed. Chicago’s Lampo returns with Andrew Lampert and Chris Corsano on April 2.
Interview with Natasha Barrett
Source: 5:4. i’m delighted to present the latest installment in my occasional long-form conversation series The Dialogues. My guest this time is UK-born, Norway-based composer Natasha Barrett, whose music I’ve deeply admired for at least 20 years. Barrett is both a veteran and a pioneer of electronic music, utilising a convoluted mixture of real-world and […]
The Acousmatic world enters 2022 with another marvelous release by Natasha Barrett, this time with a full-length album on the Persistence of Sound label. Heterotopia presents us with three pieces of wonderful sound art, all having the typical “repeat listen” qualities I’ve come to expect from her music. (I’ve written extensively about some of her […]
Symbiosis was composed by Barrett back in 2002 and was originally released on Orning’s Cellotronics album in 2005. This version has updated electronics and is a terrific 18-minute portrait of Barrett’s use of current sound processing and spatialization technology along with Orning’s fiery cello playing. I’ve never heard the 2005 release so I can’t compare […]
Natasha Barrett has recently started a Bandcamp page and, so far has released three works that have not had an album release. All three are in binaural sound and all come highly recommended. Her latest is an installation piece called Subliminal Throwback. The site-specific piece was composed for a small outdoor amphitheater in Oslo which […]
Right off the bat, and just to get this out of the way now…I’ll tell you that this release is an early leader in the BAR (Best Acousmatic Record) category for 2021. The Academy (that would be…me) is pretty stoked about this recording! Leap Seconds has four major works ranging from 12 to almost 21 […]