A cover for the notorious Beach Boys.
Our first LP, Sun Drips (released august 19th, 2012): $7 digital download of 18 track album
Physical copies available to grab in Cincinnati and/or mail order (sun drips artwork was made by our great friend aaron walker)
by our dear friend Saeed Piracha
here’s our new track, enjoy!
Over the summer Jordin played a show with New Heaven, New Earth, Pando (from Montreal), Miguel Morte Valentine, and Hardon Collider (cinci) at adams place in northside - Northside Zen. Here’s a recording of Jordin live set (click to stream / right click to download). If you love this, lend your ears to cincinnati’s Healing Trapeze and to The Yugos.
Leif Fairfield, local musician, father , student, and member of the sleeping sea, releases his own take on the sun drips ep with mutiple versions of each, taking the listener on sample filled adventure through the re-envisioned ep. We encourage anyone willing to make sun drips their own and re-envision / remix the ep and share it with us! (we’ll soon be releasing sun drips full length remake along with .wav skeletons of the entire album for a remixing smorgasbord___stay//tuned///)))
A few fafavorite photos from newyorktimes lens blog: http://lens.blogs.nytimes.com/ check it out
video by Ashley Walton:
arthur brum @ CS13 = “c.r.” performance
click here to download “c.r.” soundscape
photo by ashley walton
Download the sonic environment by clicking on the photograph.
On a warm night on main street many beautiful people gather round to share words and share food, meditate as you become that moment in sound.
note: for our Turkish listeners out there make note of the special greetings and tribute and well wishing at the end of this piece.
photo: Ashley Walton
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Istanbul Sounds by Isaac Hand:
“These are two tracks I recorded yesterday. The first track is of the mid-day call to prayer in Kumpkapi. The second track I recorded around noon in Sultanahmet right in front of the Aya Sofya and then in front of the Basilica Cistern. I tried to capture as many languages as I heard being spoken. These included: Turkish, English, German, Japanese and Arabic. I’m not sure all of them come through on the recording. You also can here the sound of the tramway heading down the hill to Gulhane.”
Be sure to join in on his adventure through Isaac In Istanbul
Photo: “Beyazit. This child was blowing bubbles into the street.” and sound contributed by Isaac Hand all the way from Istanbul.
Imagine your head is nestled in the arms of ferns for 56 min and 36 sec; hidden in the center of the dining hall of a retirement home during the peak hour of feasting.
close your eyes, meditate.
you are swimming into a new sonic environment.
A Sound Meditation:
photo by thesleepingsea