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LLtNS is a (podcast) feed where you can listen to unexpected, eclectic, precise, messy and otherwise sounds. The feed is open to contributions from anyone making audio. LLtNS is freeform and non-commercial, a public-access-style podcast. All episodes are presented as they are contributed, without hosts, context, ads or active curation. go to longlivethenewsound.com to send sounds.

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    • 5.0 • 4 Ratings

LLtNS is a (podcast) feed where you can listen to unexpected, eclectic, precise, messy and otherwise sounds. The feed is open to contributions from anyone making audio. LLtNS is freeform and non-commercial, a public-access-style podcast. All episodes are presented as they are contributed, without hosts, context, ads or active curation. go to longlivethenewsound.com to send sounds.

    Voies Urbaines: Rue Mespoul

    Voies Urbaines: Rue Mespoul

    Artist : Mathias Guilbaud
    This creation reflects my relationship with a construction site (a hospital being demolished and renovated to provide elderly housing) that I listen for several months. This piece reflects how I imagine these places when I feel them, how I regain a form of control over them by allowing them express themselves. Trying to trigger an imagination, playing with urban sounds and more specifically construction sounds, so that it transgresses their origins, working on our imagination. The empty buildings fill up, they breathe, they become active where there was only noise and residue. Therein lies the resistance. It is located in the places, it is imaginative, it is partly sound and it then becomes easier to take over these spaces. By listening to these sounds and their compositions, try to inhabit these places differently. Reactivate through listening what has been silenced within us, activate what is brewing somewhere in the interstices of our cities, of our imaginations. So it’s another city that we see, another listening that engages between urban convulsion and urban contemplation. A painting, an ultrasound, an autopsy of my imagination when it comes to opening microphones in places under construction, when it comes to dealing with and navigating these environments. To listen anywhere but preferably in places where work is roaring, in town, walking or sitting. /// Voies Urbaines is a series of sound creations around the streets, dead ends, avenues of our cities and the transformations that make them up. Try to listen to them to understand them better, try to put them into sound to tell the story of the urban fabric. Working on listening, moving it, finding a way to tell stories with urban sounds so that they are listened to, so that they tell the story of our cities and our relationships with them.

    For more check out: https://www.instagram.com/mathias.guilbaud?igsh=M3pjbnN4Mmpnemlo
    For more about the artist: https://mathiasguilbaud.fr

    • 15 min
    Episode 2 : The Change

    Episode 2 : The Change

    Artist : Matters of Truth
    it is important to be neighborly


    For more about the artist: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6yYchgX1fMw

    • 20 sec
    Episode 1 : The Circles

    Episode 1 : The Circles

    Artist : Matters of Truth
    its important to be neighborly

    • 23 sec
    Now and Tomorrow

    Now and Tomorrow

    Artist : Cristina Marras
    In a world caught in a perpetual cycle of repetition, my sound piece serves as a sonic reflection on the monotony of our daily routines. With a touch of irony and a hint of existential angst, I present the symphony of mundane sounds that mark the passing of our days, a never-ending loop of bodily functions and technological hums. The piece begins with the familiar trickle of early morning urination, a daily ritual that signals the start of yet another cycle. The rhythmic gurgle of the coffee maker follows, a reminder of our dependence on stimulants to face the monotony. The monotonous hum of a computer booting up marks our transition to work, a symphony of clicks and keystrokes that blends into a background drone, punctuated only by the mundane beep of a microwave announcing a hasty lunch break. The day fades into the familiar theme song of a Netflix show, a symbol of our escape into a world of predictable narratives, accompanied by the clinking of wine glasses, a brief respite from the repetitive grind. The soft swish of a toothbrush marks the end of the day, a prelude to the creak of bedsprings and a final, humorous note of flatulence, a reminder of our shared human experience, trapped in this cycle of repetition. Through this sonic collage, I invite the listener to ponder the absurdity of our repetitive existence, to question the meaning of our daily routines and the relentless passage of time. A sonic mirror held up to our lives, a reminder of the strangeness and humor inherent in our daily rituals.

    For more check out: https://soundcloud.com/kommunic8
    For more about the artist: https://www.cristinamarras.com

    • 1 min
    Sardinia, which is like nowhere

    Sardinia, which is like nowhere

    Artist : Cristina Marras
    A tale of cultural neo-colonialism. This podcast is inspired by my personal experience, as someone who grew up in Sardinia surrounded by stories and boasts about the journey of the famous English writer D.H. Lawrence, and his wife Frida through Sardinia. Lawrence visited Sardinia in 1921, after becoming bored with rainy Sicily. He spent just over a week there, during which time he wrote a book in which he described the island and its people. I find Lawrence's portrayal of Sardinia and its inhabitants myopic and insensitive, as he was unable and unwilling to understand or engage with anything that was different from the reality he was familiar with. Despite these criticisms, I embarked on a journey to retrace Lawrence's footsteps through Sardinia, exploring the breath-taking landscape of vineyards, pioneers, and love for the soil. Along the way, I encounter Stefano Soi, who demonstrates an awe-inspiring dedication to the land and an ability to embrace old traditions while planning and creating a sustainable future.

    For more check out: https://soundcloud.com/kommunic8
    For more about the artist: https://www.cristinamarras.com

    • 9 min
    Call Back Carousel Episode 4 - Torquay, 1969

    Call Back Carousel Episode 4 - Torquay, 1969

    Artist : Mark Vernon
    Call Back Carousel is an audio time-travelogue, a slideshow of the mind’s eye - projecting Kodachrome memories directly into the listeners’ mind by means of sound alone. It is a way of travelling without ever having to leave the home. A vicarious vacation for the imagination. Pure audio escapism. Each episode is based on a found tape of a pre-recorded slideshow commentary. Most of these tapes were made by amateur tape recording enthusiasts and hobbyist photographers of the 60s and 70s. Their recorded commentaries would at one time have been used in conjunction with a sequence of 35mm slides but only the taped voices now remain. The recordings themselves come from my own archive of found reel-to-reel tapes that I have collected over the past twenty years. Using these found slideshow commentaries as a framework, a series of musical soundscapes have been created to bring the absent images to life, activating the listeners’ imagination in the classic tradition of ‘cinema for the ears’. It’s a little like looking through a family photo album where only the hand written captions and mounting corners remain; the photographs themselves have all been removed. The evocative rattle and clack of the projector shuffles through different slides as the fragile voices of our tour guides accompany us on a sonic journey that fractures time - and through the cracks, the past bleeds through into our present.

    For more check out: https://markvernon.bandcamp.com
    For more about the artist: http://meagreresource.com

    • 12 min

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