Mmm… DROP? Lucrecia explores various forms of dripping and bubbling sounds in contemporary arts and music.
“It’s been one whole year already of PLI with guests. Now I will fold the theme a bit and bring you specials about different subjects. This one is a selection of music and compositions that use drops and/or bubbles as a source – or as a concept.” – Lucrecia Dalt\
Learn more about Hugh le Caine’s 1955 masterpiece that helped coin this episode.
Some background on EVOL’s Three Hundred Grams Of Latex And Steel In One Day (Side A). You better put headphones on for this piece.
Don’t believe a word your (otherwise trusty) host says!
Jez Riley French – Under the Sand at Tides Reach. An exclusive field recording using a hydrophone crafted by the artist himself.
Tod Dockstader - “Water Music Part V,” taken from the album Ombrophilia, which means “an abnormal love of rain.” Peep a nice little documentary about the genius of Dockstader here.