Sounds Curious Podcast
About This Show
Banshee Media Podcast Network Presents Sounds Curious, a captivating podcast for the adventurous listener. In each episode our intrepid band of producers and podcasters scour the globe to bring your ears the very best in sound art, improvisation, environmental recordings, acousmatic and experimental music. Featuring gorgeous audio, engaging interviews, and conversations with some of the most curious minds in contemporary sound, Sounds Curious is for everyone who is passionate about listening and just can’t hear enough of this big, beautiful world.Read more »
Most Recent Episode
Sounds Curious S2, E3: Hearing (Natural) History
Apr 21, 2017
Recorded on April 6th, but late to the feed! This week we take a sound walk through the archives over at The British Library, celebrating the vanishing sounds of the natural world. We were led there through a blog interview with the curator of Wildlife & Environmental Sounds at the British Library: http://listeningacrossdisciplines.net/resources/interviews/listening-means-discovery/
The blog got us to pondering the idea of vanishing sounds in the natural world, so you can't really blame us for losing ourselves in the Soundcloud stream for The British Library, and cutting together a virtual sound walk out in the natural world for our listeners: from deer bellowing across a commons in the UK to the sounds of sea birds in a cave in Wales, the rainforest at dawn to stormy weather on deck at sea... Enjoy!
Check out more for yourself at: https://soundcloud.com/the-british-library.
Find out more in the show notes at www.bansheemedia.com
This episode includes: "Corvid roost,""Nightingale Song," On deck in rough weather,""Rainfall on leaves and puddles,""Seabirds in Cave,""Strong breeze,""Strong waves on pebbles," Timber boat beneath decks," Tropical Rainforest at Dawn," Waves after storm,""Wind in door," and "Woodland stream."Read more »
Episodes of This Show
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Rated 5 out of
Each episode is truly a treat for the curious
I love this podcast! Aptly named, it's a fascinating exploration of sound through discussions on theory combined with listening segments. Each episode feels like a journey through sound and an absolute treat to listen to, especially for the creative, curious types.
Date published: 2016-09-29