Sonus – An Online Jukebox of Contemporary Electroacoustic Music

An ongoing project from the Canadian Electroacoustic Comunity, Sonus features nearly 3000 works from over 1000 composers currently working in the fields of Electroacoustic, Musique concrete and other experimental sound practices. Tracks can be browsed via a conveniently embedded player and each composer has a Biography with links to his or her other works. Create an account and gain access to the playlist function and, … Continue reading Sonus – An Online Jukebox of Contemporary Electroacoustic Music

Radio: Phantom Circuit, Strange and Wonderful Sound Waves.

The world of Phantom Circuit is one not easily defined from the usual reference points of genre or Style; with the only real commonality between works featured being the use of Electronics in production Continue reading Radio: Phantom Circuit, Strange and Wonderful Sound Waves.

Profile: Modern Trends In Tape Music and Contemporary Artists in The Field

This article is a follow-up piece to Profile: Vladamir Ussachevsky – American Tape music and the Electro revolution Background The history of so-called Electronic music, under the umbrella of which Tape music loosely shelters, is by definition short. The very first Electroacoustic compositions began to emerge in the 1930s with Walter Ruttman’s Weekend (1930) Johanna Beyers mysterious Music of the Spheres (1938) and John Cage’s … Continue reading Profile: Modern Trends In Tape Music and Contemporary Artists in The Field

Radio Web Macba: A nonprofit resource of Radiophonic research and education

An offshoot of the Barcelona Museum of Contemporary Art RWM is a purely Web based Radio project with a focus on arts education. In essence a vast archive of Podcasts, the site is split into a number of Channels or programs much like a conventional Radio platform. Son[i]a is focused on the museum itself and features interviews with artists, documentaries on Philosophical movements within the … Continue reading Radio Web Macba: A nonprofit resource of Radiophonic research and education