Recording of Pepe Peregil's last saeta included in CD


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A fragment of the recording of Pepe Peregil’s last ever saeta (recorded in 2011 in the Plaza Museo, Seville) is included in the studio recording of Una Saeta desde el Cielo, a march composed in dedication to Peregil. The CD is the latest recording by the Agrupación Musical Valme. The inlay image for the track is a still from Between the Orange Trees and the Lime, a video-sound work built around Pepe Peregil’s last saeta.

Thanks as always to José Juan and the Asociación Amigos de Peregil.

Lhayialh included as bonus track in audio guide to Claudia Fontes' The Slow Bird


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Lhayialh forms part of Claudia Fontes’ audio guide to The Slow Bird (“O Passaro Lento”) in the São Paulo Biennial entitled Affective Affinities. The Slow Bird is one of seven artist-curated spaces in the biennial held in the Museo Oscar Niemeyer - the selected artists being Claudia Fontes, Mamma Andersson, Sofia Borges, Waltercio Caldas, Alejandro Cesarco, Antonio Ballester Moreno, and Wura-Natasha Ogunji.

Lhayialh is a collaborative sound recording made with Mawó Juan Mendoza, in the wichí community of Santa Victoria Este II (Salta, Argentina). Click here to listen to the recording (headphones or good quality speakers advised)

Also in the audio guide Claudia Fontes retells a story which provided the impetus for The Slow Bird: http://33.bienal.org.br/en/audioguia-detalhe/5427

This is Highfield Road launches online!


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This is Highfield Road is an online archive of sound recordings documenting the Coventry City F.C’s final season at their Highfield Road stadium in 2005. Captured in vivid binaural sound for listening on headphones, the 141 sound recordings transport us to the heart of Highfield Road’s West Terrace. The archive offers a tool for the playful exploration of the language of football crowd sound, reflecting broadly on the connections between sound, place and identity.

Originally developed as a research project in 2005 with the support of Arts Council England and PVA Medialab, This is Highfield Road has been redeveloped as a public-facing online project as part of Get Some Chalk on Your Boots!: The Sounding Cultures of Football curated by Paul Whitty and hosted by Sonic Arts Research Unit (SARU) at Oxford Brookes University.

Visit the archive: www.thisishighfieldroad.net
Follow us on Twitter: @SoundsOfWT6
 

G. D. Parada and This is Highfield Road, in "Get Some Chalk"


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Image courtesy of Binaural / Nodar

G. D. Parada is currently installed in the exhibition "Get Some Chalk on Your Boots: the sounding cultures of football", at the Glass Tank Gallery (Oxford Brookes University). Also showing is a beta-version of the forthcoming "This is Highfield Road", an online binaural sound archive of 141 recordings from Coventry City's last season at Highfield Road.

"Get Some Chalk" runs until July 15th 2018. More information here - https://getsomechalkonyourboots.co.uk 

Supported by the Sonic Arts Research Unit (SARU) at Oxford Brookes University.

This is Highfield Road


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Coming soon... This is Highfield Road, an online archive of sound recordings documenting the Coventry City F.C’s final season at their Highfield Road stadium in 2005. Captured in vivid binaural sound for listening on headphones, the 141 sound recordings transport us to the heart of Highfield Road’s West Terrace. The archive offers a tool for the playful exploration of the language of football crowd sound, reflecting broadly on the connections between sound, place and identity.

Originally developed as a research project in 2005 with the support of Arts Council England and PVA Medialab, This is Highfield Road has been redeveloped as a public-facing online project as part of Get Some Chalk on Your Boots: The Sounding Cultures of Football hosted by Sonic Arts Research Unit (SARU) at Oxford Brookes University.

Kimberlin

“Further along, the tunnel opened into a vast 400 square metre cave some 18 metres underground, like an underground amphitheatre, with terraces cut into the rock and chairs. There the police found a full-sized cinema screen, projection equipment, and tapes of a wide variety of items, including 1950s lm noir classics and more recent thrillers.”

Article on a secret underground cinema discovered by police in Paris 2004, The Guardian

Kimberlin (n.) - Portland dialect for a person from Weymouth, or by extension a person not belonging to the Isle of Portland. Stranger, outsider, foreigner. / k’ɪmbɜ:lɪn / 


KIMBERLIN is a new moving-image and sound project in production on Portland (Dorset) and Gibraltar. The project is a collaboration with Serbian composer Abul Mogard

More information coming soon!