IHab141. RODRIGO YAU & JULIO LAMILLA
Bailes Chinos Zona Central
Field recordings made in December 2024, in Las Palmas de Alvarado, OlmuÃ©, Marga Marga Province, Central Zone, Chile.
IHab140. S - Glottocronologia
In the process, individuals began to move without noticing, into bubbles that isolated them from enormous amounts of other information.
They only heard and saw what they liked. Recorded in Milano at Giardini Pubblici Indro Montanelli on September 21st 2024.
IHab139. VERÃNICA CERROTTA - Campos de Altitud
Field recordings made between February and June 2024 in the Fazenda SÃ£o JoÃ£o and the Catete neighborhood, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
IHab138. LUÃS ANTERO - O Rio / The River, Vol.5
This sound work is part of the series "O Rio", a project of sound archiving and documentation of the Alvoco River in Portugal, which has been released by Impulsive Habitat since 2012.
IHab137. STEVE ASHBY & DANIEL BARBIERO
The elongated Path
The five pieces making up The Elongated Path, bear the sometimes overt and sometimes covert influences of the three seasons of winter, spring and summer. The pieces were constructed of composed and improvised double bass performances from January and June, 2017, to which were added electric guitar and electronics as well as field recordings taken at the Rice River Center in March, 2016 and July, 2017.
IHab136. JOHN COLLINS McCORMICK -
No most fatigue
"No Most Fatigue" combines field recordings made on an iPhone over the past five years, with light synthesis. The project acts like sonic snapshots of friends and relatives, places and moments. The title relates to the way I've composed these pieces in that some choices are nonsensical while others follow a trajectory of comparison or similarities. The pieces operate like poetry made from sounds of memories.
IHab135. JUAN JOSÃ CALARCO -
'Espectro' (spanish) stands for both spectrum as radio-frequency spectrum and spectre as a ghostly presence.
All sounds comes from shortwave and LF radio transmissions, mostly untreated, even what it sounds like
some morning birds comes from intriguing broadcasts like boat communications, time signals, number
stations and other mysterious sources.
Includes special photo document by Cristian Espinoza.
IHab134. PHIL MAGUIRE -
Two recordings of rain. Digital recorder in a box.
Audio interface with empty inputs.
IHab133. JAVIER PIÃANGO -
This work, as it also happens in all my
previous albums, was based on the compulsive use
of the Korg MS-20.
IHab132. CATRIEL NIEVAS, IVÃN GONZÃLEZ -
Neblina (mist) was born after a series of resonant photographs imagined by both executors, a kind of experimental sonorous film.
IHab131. JUAN ANTONIO NIETO -
Airports & Hotels
Airports & Hotels is a compilation of the sounds I have found in the trips I have made in recent years.
The sources of these sounds are field recordings made at different airports, on airplanes and in hotels. In these last ones the recordings are improvisations with the elements that I found in them and their different stays. These recordings were made with the windows open to capture the sounds of the outside, rain, traffic, people talking, etc.
Juan Antonio Nieto
IHabP002. JUAN JOSÃ LÃPEZ, DAVID VÃLEZ
Trash fires gutter in steel canister
This album is a result of an improvisation session at David's studio where Juan JosÃ© used DIY synthesisers and David acoustically performed with a number of objets, contact microphones, transducers and a sub woofer.
Before and/or during
IHab130. UNA LEE -
in Transit: [& transitions]
When before and/or during traveling for work, not always feeling exactly excited, taking sound recordings or better described as listening to the environment through a sound recording device in a concentrated form is helpful to me in calming myself down and making me feel safe. This 31 minute long composition consists of 12 sound recordings taken over the course of 5 days in 3 countries, 6 cities and 3 houses between 2 homes of mine via 1 international airspace. The recordings are primarily simply juxtaposed after one another, somewhat depicting the last intercontinental journey that Iâve made, which was long and subsequently made me restless.
IHab129. CHRISTOPHER McFALL -
Composed by Christopher McFall.
IHab128. VITALY MAKLAKOV -
This album is an acoustic cardiogram from one of the many summer days that I spent in my native village of
in the trans-Ural region.
IHab127. CHRIS LYNN -
Qixia is a collection of audible views that explore the Qixia district in Nanjing, China.
IHab126. C. REIDER -
Listening events recorded either with Zoom H4n or iPhone 4.
Mostly 2015-2016, though Sky Puppet is from 2013.
IHab125. LUÃS ANTERO -
O rio / The river, Vol. 4
Initially, the ambient and hypnotic sound produced by LuÃs Antero presages a trip to a sound record
that has as narrative the sounds, history and stories
of the region of the mountain range. Thus, in this
sequence, the phonographic material becomes, in
a certain way, an almost cinematographic record that
has as a film the evocation of the past - without ever forgetting the present - and the oral history of the
narrators that give life to people again camouflaging
IHab124. A.J. HOLMES -
Robin Hood Gardens - Tour
Robin Hood Gardens, is a residential housing estate in Poplar, London designed in the late 1960s by architects Alison and Peter SmithsonÂ completed in 1972 and now scheduled for demolition.
Clock hand movement
IHab123. MANUEL CALURANO -
Listening is one of the best experiences which make us aware of the complex nature of time and of our relationship with it. It also helps us to understand time itself, in the sense that it may be altered by different kind of stimuli. It is by means of the clock hand movement, or by the division of time in days, weeks, months, years, and so on, that we can create an almost unalterable plot which prevents us from our own subjectivity.
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