category: sounds

When I worked on “9 to 5 – Nein danke” I was carried away by a song I came across on the internet: “Desert Pacific Optopi” by Anna Kohlweis alias Squalloscope. The song is on her DESERT EP. “The desert is a strange place to be when you’re looking for an ocean on your knees …
Anna Kohlweis composes, arranges and produces her songs, she writes the lyrics, she sings, she draws comics, makes video art, and I don’t know what else. Would I work for a music station, I’d add Anna Kohlweis immediately to my playlist. The song can not be played in full length in the “9 to 5″ documentary but I’m sure anyone catching a tiny bit of  “Desert” will want to get more. You can buy “Desert” directly on the Squalloscope website of the artist. *** It’s worth to have a look!!! ***

Website Squalloscope - Anna Kohlweis
SQUALLOSCOPE – DESERT EP
Duration 18:42
5 Tracks
Seayou Records 2013, Wien

 

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single cloud

Ambient electronica © Regina Burbach      (Best with headphones)

 

 

 

this is just my imagination of how shooting stars could look like

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Shooting stars   00:59

A “self-made” noise originally coming from an aluminium foil I waved in front of and around a mono microphone.

Wishing you all   *** A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR ***

 

 

first snow

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First snow    Sound + Poem   03:21

 

NOTE: The Audiotalaia Netlabel run by sound artist Edu Comelles has released my “Serendipity Effects” last summer.

 

 I am excited to say that my first album

Serendipity Effects
Track 01 Mooncakes
Track 02 The Painter’s Castle

came out on Audiotalaia, the internet label run by the sound artist Edu Comelles based in Valencia, Spain.

I am very happy to be ‘on board’ together with so wonderful sound artists.

The man who in the first place had the idea I should make an EP is  Nigel Samways, a sound artist who lives and works in Brighton, UK.

I’d like to say thank you to Edu Comelles and Nigel Samways who both made my Serendipity Effects possible. And that really means a lot to me.

And whoever drops by here at my blog place – I hope you might enjoy listening.

And do listen to Edu’s and Nigel’s sound art compositions, they are absolutely  fabulous:

Enjoy Cello + Laptob – The Hunt
by Edu Comelles and Sara Galán

Enjoy Nigel Samway’s Album Veilleur de Nuit
“City of gas street lamps”
(it’s not Nigel’s newest release but my 1. favourite)