The fourth release in the Linear Obsessional singls series (two tracks, 7" single length, A and B sides, no music), the Naples born, Berlin based sound artist Cravune presents two recordings made in the eponymous park in Barcelona, Spain.
"The first track is an unusual way of singing (at least to me at that time) of birds. On the second track you can hear my steps on dry leaves as I go back home passing by the Cascada fountain. On that specific day I was in the park of Ciutadella to meditate and relax but also to collect material to be included in the soundscape for a contemporary dance project of a friend - hence the birds... but we ended up not using much of that crazy shrieking :) "
released August 23, 2020
Recorded and edited by Cravune.
Cover image is an instant analogue photo (fuji film) taken in the park by Cravune.
Further photos are included in the download
Design by David Little.
supported by 5 fans who also own “Parc de la Ciutadella”
“What Is Music And What Should It Be” comprises two compositions, each lasting 45 minutes. Both are very dense, and – with the right sound system – could easily function as a sonic sculpture, a peculiar piece of sound-art, which – again, in the right acoustic conditions – could physically take over the given space, filling it with sound. Jakub Knera