Day 12:01 am
Artwork from Grey Frequency’s Immersion album.
“The phrase that comes to mind when I think of Grey Frequency’s work is broken signals; a scanning or overview of the ghosts in the airwaves, transmissions discovered via edgeland explorations and forays…
…when I listen to Immersion it feels like a capturing of activity hidden deep below the surface of things, the inexorable power of nature and it’s movement/force against it’s own edifices and those of civilisation over many years; a capturing of the sound of those self-same rending and collapsing into the below. Lovely stuff.” (Quoted from A Year In The Country).
Visit Grey Frequency’s site here.
Elsewhere at A Year In The Country:
- Day #192/365: When Do We Dream? Cold Geometries and Grey Frequencies
- Grey Frequency’s Agrarian Lament Video: Artifact Report #23/52a
- Audiological Transmission #50/52: The Quietened Bunker – Comms: Seen Through The Grey / Revisitation #4a
- Week #49/52: The Wanderings Of Veloelectroindustrial
- Audiological Transmission #30/52: The Quietened Bunker – Drakelow Tunnels
- Audiological Transmission #25/52: Immersion – Coastline, Black Sky
- Day #346/365: Audiological Reflections and Pathways #1; a library of loss
- Day #362/365: Signals sent, signals received…