Listen out for these sounds in Spider Music:
I recently received an unexpected and rather lovely gift of a kalimba. The little thing sits on my desk where I work and occasionally throughout the day, while I’m thinking, or taking a break, or procrastinating, I’ll have a little play on it. It has such a sweet sound that even my mistakes (of which there are many) are pretty and it’s really reminded me how joyful and immersive and meditative playing music can be. If everyone had a kalimba on their desk I think the world would be a happier place.Rachel Simpson
It is ‘opening my studio door’ after I haven’t been able to be there for two months.Roel Knappstein
Here’s a wee thing I made today in my head bubble. Hope it suits, can’t remember if you needed a certain length.Emily Scott
That was fun! So nice to have a play and make something with no parameters, must do that more often, I’d probably get quite a lot done that way.
Greetings from the shire where I have just returned after spending a few days with the folks. I managed to catch the Jilguero a few times in different locations. Hard to catch him by himself and you can hear the noise of the city and very annoying dogs. I have not deleted any files since I know you might want to hear them all and choose for yourself. There are other birds there too, including humming birds. They are the ones with a rhythmical and repetitive high pitch chirp.Morgan Szymanski
here we go, two original recordings of noise (at day and at night) in the middle of the Norwegian Sea / North Atlantic 🙂Jens Ewald
It was one the happiest moments and places I have been; I would sit there for hours and tune in—in a way.
Hope you like them and they provide fun for VC, chopping up, filters, or just leaving them as they are.
Track named by Charlie Simpson.
Written by Tommy Perman, Emily Scott and Rachel Simpson. Produced by Tommy Perman.