Entirely based on field recordings of Berlin main station, released on net label Haze’s series Sound Interpretations.
As part of the netlabel’s series “Sound Interpretations”, Sonoscoop contributed the latest piece “Try to leave this building”. The song is entirely based on field recordings at Berlin’s main station.
You can download the experimental package of all contributions for free here: http://h-a-z-e.org/archives/3518#.U3TFpcbv2DQ
Sonoscoop is currently occupying the studio in order to produce the latest pieces. More information will follow.
On December 21 the Goethe-Institut Rotterdam will host a night full of sonorous sound as part of the performance series organized by Vrooom. Sonoscoop is going to play a show with Ekkehard Windrich that night, sending field recordings through sequencers and samplers.
Violently bending field recordings to fit the requirements of happy music, the piece “It’s time you enjoyed your job” was developed in the framework of Radio Calling. The radio performance event was organized by the gallery TENT Rotterdam in collaboration with Camden Arts Centre London. The performance took place on 15 December 2013 at TENT and it could be accessed via the art magazine This Is Tomorrow (sorry, it’s no longer there).
Calling their service “Greentec”, these machines eliminated a huge old tree. After having shred the massive trunk in a guillotine-like machine, they buried its roots under the leaves. How cynical. They had just begun to change their colour. They looked like flowers.
A few months later, this recording became the basis for the piece “Cracks in the pavement” by Quelle und Echo.
For those of you who speak either German or French: On Thursday, September 26 there will be the first tv broadcasting of the documentary “Wir dienten Deutschland” (en. We served Germany). The film portrays young veterans who try to find their voice in the public discussion. Sonoscoop wrote the final music for this.
A film by DokumentKino, director: Knut Beulich
Broadcast: Sept 26, 23.00 h on Arte
On Thursday, September 19 Sonoscoop will explore the musical potential of her field recordings. The framework is the multi-media improvisation series VOND.A at Roodkapje, involving visual art, performance and electronic music. See the event for more details.
The intestines of Sněžka, the highest mountain of Karkonosze, have been restored only recently. A group of students rediscovered the huge historical Kovárna mine and made it accessible to the public. Listen to the stunning acoustics deep down in the mine, when one guided tour mingled with the second which was twenty meters above us. Also, descending from steel ladders is audible. The reverberation truly reveals the mountain’s own music.
Recorded in Kovárna mine, Karkonosze National Park, Czech Republic.