ladies and gentlemen. hold your breath, a recent introduction recording made by ◐ MODE ANALOGUE has been featured in a regular edition on Framework Radio.
this recording has been made in the early hours of 30 September 2016 amidst this very peculiar “dawn chorus” which happens to occur in my neighbourhood every day. however, this particular morning also features faintly in the background the beginning of distant monk chants from the nearby pagoda for the morning prayers during the very important Pchum Ben holidays. these are a 15 days long religious ritual and festival for the spirits of our ancestors and one of he most important holiday period here in cambodia apart from the khmer new year celebrations every april.
this Framework edition has first been broadcast on 09.10.2016 and is volume #569 of this ongoing weekly series. you can listen to the program by clicking on above picture or here.
◐ MODE ANALOGUE is represented amongst other amazing artists as follows:
03:30 – 11:59 / chris weaver / fish auction / sharjah, ae / aporee soundmaps
06:00 – 15:25 / alan courtis & cyrus pireh / coils on malbec / coils on malbec / shinkoyo
10:30 – 18:23 / mblackwell / [excerpt 1] / sketches of spain / [self-release]
27:41 – 30:30 / michael gebel / happenings 2016 / – / [self-release]
38:00 – 43:31 / sylvia shale / resting trains / london, uk / aporee soundmaps
38:42 – 56:28 / alan courtis & cyrus pireh / malbec on coils / coils on malbec / shinkoyo
41:11 – 48:49 / mblackwell / [excerpt 2] / sketches of spain / [self-release]
54:27 – 59:00 / udo noll / helicopter, drone, light wind / berlin, de / aporee soundmaps
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