Found Sounds

At Water’s Edge has a new radio home!

Dear friends, listeners, artists, and supporters: I am delighted to say that At Water’s Edge returns to the airwaves on RadioSpiral (http://radiospiral.net)!

The basic premise of At Water’s Edge is that music is all around us, everywhere, in everything: in the hum of a city, in the pulse of construction machinery or a heartbeat, in footsteps, in laughter, in breath, in the shuffling of an impatient audience…

So our “reboot” show features a survey of recent and archive tracks built around “found sounds” — that is, sounds that occur in the material world. The artists might have altered them, or processed them, or left them as they are and built around them.

LAND

a world beneath the world – zen rata world beneath the world (2016)
Fullerite – Christopher Alvarado with Mystified – Mystical Recursion (2015)
“Cellular Fugue I ” – Ars Sonor – The Interphase Sessions (2016)
A Door Into Spring – Dave Seidel – Elementals (2009)
Empty Rooms – Karl Fury – (unreleased) (2016)
Budapest Alszik – Ian Haygreen – A Város Alszik (2017)

AIR

Kibo (Uhuru Pk) – Boreal Taiga – Saving Cecil’s Pride (2016)
“Thunderstorm, London, June 20, 2009” – Paul Harriman – Environments (2009)
Take Up Thy Wings and Rise – Tim Kays – Analog Eyes in a Digital World Two (2017)
Nevermore Harmony with Ravens and Trains – Jack Hertz and Rebekkah Hilgraves – Nevermore (2014)
Apollo (the American Dream) – Brother Saturn – (2017)

SEA

Between Me And The Sea – Luna Firma – Falling Towards Atlantis (2016)
Leviathan – SOUNDICIAN – Tranquilicity (2003)
reine de rien – sp3ct3rs – legion (2003)
Inside Ourselves – Christopher Alvarado and Ari Porki – Surrounded in Synesthesia (2016)
Imaginary Seascape #1 (edit) – Joe McMahon – Fog Music 39 – (2015)
The Fading Shore of Memory – Robert Rich – Vestiges (2017)

One thought on “Found Sounds

  1. Reblogged this on and commented:
    Honoured to be included on this Radio Show – “Found Sounds” — that is, sounds that occur in the material world. The artists might have altered them, or processed them, or left them as they are and built around them.”

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