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16 January 2019

phonography ::: field recording ::: the art of sound-hunting ::: open your ears and listen
  • #667: 2019.01.13
    well folks, 2019 has begun, and we're back! we're starting the year off with a wintry mix that we've been listening to over and over for several days now [...]
  • #666! 2018.12.16 [mandy szostek]
    this week’s special year-end, seasonal edition of framework:afield, #666, has been produced in the united states by mandy szostek, and is a spoken-word environmental meditation recorded at the graveside of william s. burroughs. you can find out more about mandy and her work [...]
  • #665: 2018.12.09
    ok, folks, welcome to our last regular edition of 2018! we've got one more show next week, a very special framework:afield edition, a seasonal special in celebration of our edition #666! produced by regular listener and contributor mandy szostek, it is an environmental spoken-word musing on all the themes you might deem appropriate for such a milestone, recorded at the graveside of william s. burroughs. we hope you'll tune in for that, and then join us again in the new year for edition #667, premiering on january 13th [...]
  • #664: 2018.12.02 [james bailey]
    Over the next hour, you will hear a recording of the Dawn Chorus from Taylor Creek Park in East York, a part of the city of Toronto in Ontario, Canada. The timeframe is from 5am to 6am on May 27th, 2018. The exact location, a pond separated from the creek by a paved footpath, can be found on the aporee sound map at under the name Taylor Creek Frogs, as it is an extract from this recording featuring a chorus of frogs. It was recorded using a hand-held Zoom H4n digital recorder. [...]
  • #663: 2018.11.25
    i am already late late late getting this show online, and the playlist is long long long, so i'm going to keep this short. in this edition we feature sounds from the green field recordings label by rafal flejter, chris lynn, and murmer (that's me!), as well as a re-release of the 1973 album of venezuelan birdsong by french ornithologist jean c. roche, a cassette by kate carr, some unreleased work by liu pei-wen, and sounds from the aporee maps by sabri meddeb, pablo salaün, joao bento, maciej janasik, and sala. the show begain with a framework intro recorded by jean-philippe drécourt.[...]