300 episodes

phonography, field-recording, the art of sound-hunting. open your ears and listen. podcast and stream from http://www.frameworkradio.net. 1 hour approx., 192kbps, updated weekly.

framework radio produced and hosted by patrick mcginley

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    • 4.8 • 18 Ratings

phonography, field-recording, the art of sound-hunting. open your ears and listen. podcast and stream from http://www.frameworkradio.net. 1 hour approx., 192kbps, updated weekly.

    framework #725: 2020.09.13

    framework #725: 2020.09.13

    regular edition featuring bill vine, julia bünnagel, alëna korolëva, emmanuel mieville, monika pich, sounds from the aporee maps, and a framework intro by ben link collins

    • 59 min
    framework #724: 2020.07.26

    framework #724: 2020.07.26

    regular edition featuring world listening day on the aporee maps, jen kutler, anna friz and absolute value of noise, hamed mafakheri, and an intro by james bailey

    • 59 min
    framework #723: 2020.07.19 [lucio haeser]

    framework #723: 2020.07.19 [lucio haeser]

    framework:afield produced in brazil by lucio haeser. for more info see http://radiocontacto.xyz.

    • 59 min
    framework #722: 2020.07.12

    framework #722: 2020.07.12

    regular edition featuring vanessa rossetto, éric la casa, jd zazie, mark vernon, heitor alves, matilde meireles, sounds from the aporee maps, and an intro by richie warburton

    • 59 min
    framework #721: 2020.07.05 [brad brace]

    framework #721: 2020.07.05 [brad brace]

    framework:afield produced by brad brace, and featuring sounds from the project ‘belize revisited’

    • 59 min
    framework #720: 2020.06.28

    framework #720: 2020.06.28

    regular edition featuring michael lightborne, chra, france jobin, simon šerc, urban eden, sounds from the aporee maps, and an intro by tomasz pizio

    • 59 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
18 Ratings

18 Ratings

N-OST ,

Truly Compelling Stuff

This podcast is excellent. I just discovered it, apparently quite belatedly. And, although I often have trouble with field recordings and sound art, this podcasts seems to separate the wheat from the chaff. Or, at least it presents some really compelling material in digestible one-hour bursts.

EBK2012-1 ,

quickly becoming my favorite show

The beauty of these recordings, the tranquility and diversity, merits words, but just writing seems to undermine the pleasure that comes from listening to curated sounds sans human story.

Miami_fever ,

I love them.

And you should, too.

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