Framework radio

framework began broadcasting in june, 2002 on the newly reformed resonance 104.4fm in london. the show now airs on twelve radio stations around the world, with regular new additions to its broadcast family, and streams and podcasts here on its own website. framework is consecrated to field recording and its use in composition, and began broadcasting at a time when a new community of sound artists with a special interest in found sound was developing, a community spread across the globe that, thanks to the internet, was no longer limited to a specific geography. framework sees itself as an outlet for this ever-growing and developing community, a folk-tool in a new folk movement, a community driven exchange point for creators and listeners alike. framework‘s goal is to present not only the extremely diverse sound environments of our world, but also the extremely diverse work that is being produced by the artists who choose to use these environments as their sonic sources. we hope to ask this question: is ‘field recording’ a style, or a genre, or is it in fact as uncontrollable and undefinable an instrument or tool as any, that may be interpreted, manipulated, and appropriated by anyone with a microphone and an idea? these works are its definition, and not vice versa.

framework broadcasts two distinct alternating formats, a regular edition, constructed and mixed by its presenter from contributions submitted by listeners and members of the field recording community, and framework:afield, a guest-curated series produced by artists from all corners of the globe and based on their own themes, concepts or recordings. we see radio and the ability to broadcast as an important tool for any self-sustaining community, a way for it to communicate with its own members and with the world at large, a simultaneous staking of territory and invitation in. to quote the text that opens every edition of frameworkopen your ears and listen!

#584: 2017.02.05

aqua matrix, dragon’s eye recordings 2016 possibly our first ever intro recorded in china, along with sounds from peru, taiwan, greece, chile, hong kong, the united kingdom, italy, slovenia, …

[time  /  artist  /  track  /  release  /  label] 

00:00 – 03:55  /  edward sanderson  /  framework introduction, recorded in china

02:40 – 07:46  /  anonymous  /  sounds of the park  /  santiago de surco, pe  /   aporee soundmaps

05:36 – 16:03  /  emmanuel mieville  /  nyorai  /  juryo, durée de la vie de l’ainsi-venu  /  crónica

11:29 – 19:39  /  felix blume  /  ships horns concert for epiphany  / port of piraeus, gr  /  aporee soundmaps

15:08 – 24:59  /  enrique verdugo   /  [extract 1]  /  trapatrapa butalenbum  /  –

18:09 – 28:30  /  joe evans  /  earth – 2 – solid  /  elemental states /  spectropol

22:21 – 33:01  /  enrico coniglio  /  acque lotiche acque lentiche  / aqua matrix [compilation]  /  dragon’s eye

27:49 – 31:15  /  OR poeisis  /  at the lower end, winter, dusk  / maribor, si  /  aporee soundmaps

29:25 – 40:52  /  emmanuel mieville  /  taisi funeral  /  juryo, durée de la vie de l’ainsi-venu  /  crónica

38:59 – 48:02  /  enrique verdugo   /  [extract 2]  /  trapatrapa butalenbum  /  –

39:58 – 50:31  /  joe evans  /  air – 3 – gas  /  elemental states  / spectropol

46:23 – 53:53  /  david m  /  laysan albatross dancing…  /  u.s. minor outlying islands  /  aporee soundmpas

47:12 – 57:53  /  fabio perletta  /  moto  /  aqua matrix [compilation] /  dragon’s eye

57:24 – 59:00  /  nicolas germain  /  bridge  /  copenhagen, dk  / aporee soundmaps

Source : #584: 2017.02.05

Asmus Tietchens – Secret Thirteen Mix 113 | Secret Thirteen

An intriguing and diverse mix by the distinguished German composer Asmus Tietchens, showing some of his all time favourite records from the last 6 decades.

Source : Asmus Tietchens – Secret Thirteen Mix 113 | Secret Thirteen