Archive for the ‘sound art’ Category

Plastikman Live: memories, immersion, co-creation and reactive music

Are music performances morphing into proper sensory environments that live beyond the space and time of the performance itself? Sonar 2010 Plastikman Live has been one of best music performances I’ve ever been part of and although still firmly anchored to the stage/performance model it introduces a combination of elements which are definitely pointing in [...]

City soundscapes: The Hackney Podcast

The Hackney Podcast was set up in 2008 by Francesca Panetta and Felix Carey. The highly crafted monthly programmes are free to download and feature an eclectic mix of politics, environmental issues and scenes from local life alongside cutting-edge art, literature and music. It has been acclaimed by both local and national journalists. Time Out [...]