ponedjeljak, 13. svibnja 2013.

The New Honey Shade - Industrial Microscopy (2011)

Recimo da magneti, žice, niti platna, kamenje, životinjske dlake i otpalo lišće snimaju vlastitu muziku i vlastite kućne filmove, i recimo da sve to nekako otkrijete i od toga napravite kolaž.
A sve je to samo rezultat uvećanja neke obiteljske fotografije.

This album is based on and dedicated to the work of E.D Anderson and his hand-bound book "Industrial Microscopy." The book was found at his estate sale in Tulsa OK. The book contains over 200 photographs. E. D. had photographed everything from fibers & fabrics, textiles & weaves, rocks & plants, animal hair & animal flesh all under a microscope at 400X with an old 35mm camera. Each musical piece is a dedication to a particular image he shot. "Another gem by The New Honey Shade that will send you into a world where micro-explorers follow the chemical trails of rusty nano-creatures that slide on magnetic tapes. Here you will oscillate from the ocular to the auditory, and from extrospection to introspection. By producing this collection of ambrosial sounds, Mark Kuykendall respectfully rescues a forgotten document and turns it into a widely available experience for you to listen. In doing so, he remind us of the sometimes foolishly disregarded work of independent researchers around the world who remain hidden as treasures ready to be found." - Wanderlustmind

Ozark Dream (2011) streaming

This album was released on cassette inspired by and set to old 16mm home videos. The films where shot in Oklahoma between the years 1950-1970. 

The Walnut (2013) streaming

The Walnut - was created using found wilcox gay recordio gram 7" paper records, magnetic tape & analog synths. All audio includes lost / found home recordings off these fragile and decaying records. The recordings range from personal home recorded messages, to a small girl named "Alice" playing her piano, as well as recording live radio. The recordings were made some time in the late 40's / early 50's by unknown sources. Other instruments heard are Yamaha analog keyboards the SK-30 & CP-35.

Buy any of these records here: www.UnknownToneRecords.com

Weaving Spiders Come Not Here (2012) streaming

"Oklahoman Mark Kuykendall had a blinder of a year in 2012; some stellar work with my mate Tim Diagram in Karst, tape drone album ‘Slender Threads Soon Disappearing’ and some really interesting audio work which gets a regular airing on his Soundcloud page. But the standout to me was ‘Weaving Spiders…’, an amazingly diverse yet cohesive run through synth electronics, tonal experiments and cinematic tension. The album artwork by Shane Ogren is fantastic, and the sound design is exemplary. I spent many days completely lost in here."- Charles Sage (Fluid Radio) 

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