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Updated February 2020
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Cities and Memory remixes the world, one sound at a time - a global collaboration between artists and sound recordists all over the world.The project presents an amazingly-diverse array of field recordings from all over the world, but also reimagined, recomposed versions of those recordings as we go on a mission to remix the world.What you'll hear in the podcast are our latest sounds - either a field recording from somewhere in the world, or a remixed new composition based solely on those so ...
 
Storytellers presented by BlogTalkRadio, features interviews with the greatest storytellers of our time from radio, film, literature, music and more. The program is hosted by Eric Olsen of America’s Most Haunted (@amhaunted) and Chitra Agrawal (@abcdsofcooking), BlogTalkRadio’s own Director of Marketing.
 
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Clattering, banging and total auditory chaos at a a nine-day Taoist celebration beginning on the eve of the ninth lunar month of the Chinese calendar. Recorded in Penang, Malaysia by Marcel Gnauk. Part of the Future Cities project - find out more at https://www.citiesandmemory.com/future-citiesBy Cities and Memory
 
Nine Emperor Gods Festival sounds reimagined by Fernando Ramalho. "There’s no future for cities. A city is already the future, as it is the past and all temporalities merged. "All layers that compose urban life move across time in the form of resonances. "In the form of a spectrality that never ceases to exist, that has no past or future, that exis…
 
Tokyo subway reimagined by Julian Goldberger. "Japan is my favourite country to visit and whenever I’m on a train or subway in Tokyo I often think of Japan’s most famous dog, Hachiko. "His story is incredibly moving and inspired this composition that I created with my father. Guitar: Julian Goldberger. Clarinet: Dr. Jacob Goldberger." Part of the F…
 
This is the sound recorded on a train on the Fukutoshin line of the Tokyo subway - tune in for station announcements, the gentle hum of the engines rising and falling as we enter and leave stations, and onboard announcements. Recorded by Keisuke Oki. Part of the Future Cities project - find out more at https://www.citiesandmemory.com/future-cities…
 
Birds on overheard wires in Kyoto, reimagined by Richard Gadd. "I liked hearing the city noises beneath the birds and remembered that the collective noun 'murmuration' (of starlings). "So I attempted to create, using only the original sound file and one other, the energetic flow of a city with its inhabitants and traffic interacting with each other…
 
Cologne Cathedral reimagined by Max Stottrop. "My aim was to emulate the serene feeling that emerges when visiting an old church. "Religious places are spaces where time can slow down, presenting the possibility of forgetting for a brief moment about the busyness of everyday life. "Such retreats are evermore important in the otherwise noise-pollute…
 
"This is an early morning recording of a man sweeping the pews in Cologne Cathedral, exploring sounds traveling around its seven-second echo. I recorded it early one morning in September 2018 with a Sony PCM D-100." Recorded by Neil Verma. Part of the Future Cities project - find out more at https://www.citiesandmemory.com/future-cities…
 
Exiting Kyoto station in the early evening, your attention is arrested by many hundreds of small birds, all lined up symmetrically on the overhead cables and chattering. Their calls become louder and more combative each time a new bird flies in and tries to take up space - constant jostling for space and territory, and the sounds of the natural wor…
 
Budapest Christmas market reimagined by brekekekexkoaxkoax. "As cities continue to grow into mega-metropolises, concentrated capitalism generates ever new markets from destroying normal social relations. "What happens to the farmer's market (American term) when Amazon and Uber-eats exploit the "gig economy" to deliver products directly to you in 90…
 
Siem Reap creature noises in a pond reimagined by Jeff Dungfelder. "For my piece "A little tomorrow" I manipulated the unidentified creature sounds from Siem Reap, Cambodia into the sounds of a phone call from the past trying to find the future. "The sample is also used in the background as a low level ambient texture that won't go away, always pre…
 
Jeddah airport, reimagined by Emmy Tither. "I've always liked airports (because being there means you're going somewhere else) and I've always liked water (because you can look at it and believe you're going somewhere else). "In a pessimistic future, a lot land will be subsumed by water, leaving our future cities as a landscape of mainly water and …
 
"The winter holiday season is a busy period for everyone. Lot of sales going on in the shops and people use every possible way to influence others to worship at the altar of consumerism. "Budapest, the city that exhales tradition from its very core is going through transformation. Change popped up its head in every corner and it definitely can be f…
 
Field recording of the sonic chaos of the cramped domestic departures terminal at Jeddah airport, Saudi Arabia, with announcements primarily in Arabic with the odd English announcement, and hundreds of people jostling to leave, rest or find a seat. Recorded by Cities and Memory. Part of the Future Cities project - find out more at https://www.citie…
 
Brooklyn and Manhattan Bridge sounds reimagined by Bill Stevens. "I decontextualized and doubled the length of the original field recording to take on the characteristic of water while adding musical content in the additive/subtractive minimalist style of Terry Riley while incorporating the phase technique of Steve Reich to represent the movement o…
 
Paris street hockey reimagined by Delia Racheru. "It’s the beginning of time... the land is empty and all you can hear is the wind... People appear, they are building a city, you can hear cars, the horns and the wind transform into music, the music becomes chaotic and finally aliens emerge from underground. ( Piece entirely made from the original s…
 
Berlin Sudkreuz station reimagined by Vlad Suppish. "I do love Berlin. Been there twice, at Südkreuz Bahnhof as well. Was waiting there for my girlfriend to arrive by bus. I was slightly nervous, because the bus was running late and couldn't find precise spot for arrivals. Asked a random chap for help, he was from Australia and also was looking for…
 
Denver bus depot reimagined by Daniel Balogh. "By the sounds of the changing cities, the environment changes too, so I decided to reflect on that. "I believe we from the first world owe for the comforts we have. It's good to stop from time to time to feel gratitude for the things we usually take for granted - they may not always be given." Part of …
 
Standing between Brooklyn and Manhattan Bridges in an iconic spot in New York - you can hear waves lapping, trains and cars passing over the bridges on both sides, helicopters passing overhead, and the sounds of tourists gathering to take selfies in this heavily-frequented spot. Recorded by Cities and Memory. Part of the Future Cities project - fin…
 
A group of young men are playing street hockey in a disused public space outside the Air France HQ on the banks of the Seine. We are only yards away from the Grand Palais, Petit Palais, Les Invalides and some of Paris' iconic river bridges, and yet this space has been reclaimed for urban sport. Recorded by Cities and Memory. Part of the Future Citi…
 
It's well documented that urban birds are forced to change how they sing in order to try and cut through our awful human-made city soundscapes. The original recording is a classic example of birds chirping at a high pitch, their calls desperately poking through holes in the soundscape between car horns, sirens, pedestrians and the dreadful throb of…
 
Recording from the corner of Place de l'Hotel de Ville, Paris by Jack Regan. "People speaking in French, beautiful clear bird calls (it's dusk), car horns, engines, footsteps, sirens building up and getting closer, the siren sound is very different to the London one I hear every day." Part of the Future Cities project.…
 
Piledriver sound reimagined by Elizabeth Joan Kelly. "I attempted to situate myself in the brain of an Irish pile driver operator as they momentarily transcend into a few moments of tranquility. I only used the original field recording in this piece--no extra sounds. The dangers of noise pollution are ongoing and severe, particularly for constructi…
 
Vietnamese tuk tuk boats reimagined by Simon Woods. "The rhythm of the ‘tuk tuk’ sound dictates the rhythm of the piece. The kick drum, organ, snare and bass are all constructed from the sound of the ‘tuk tuk’. The vocoder was input with the words “tuk tuk tuk tuk” whilst the output is completely different!" Part of the Future Cities project.…
 
Valparaiso gas salesmen reimagined by Andy Billington. "The original field recording has so much movement, spirit and depth. I wanted to retain this. "Working solely on a Teenage Engineering OP1, I sampled the original recording and made drum kits and synths from it. I then re recorded parts playing the drums and synth samples live adding more laye…
 
A unique, fascinating sound - trucks full of gas bottles drive around the hilly streets of Valparaiso, Chile, selling their wares to local residents. To attract their attention, they drum out complex rhythms on the side of the gas bottles, which reverberate around the steep streets of the city - a defining sound of "Valpo". Recorded by Cities and M…
 
Kurama Dera temple reimagined by Giovanna Iorio. "The sound we produce when we pray is mysterious. Words disappear and we become the sound we produce. We try to connect to the ONE who created us, with one big question in mind... "I discovered a very interesting piece of music on UbuWeb by Laurie Anderson, called "Born, never asked" and I felt it co…
 
Piazza Campitelli reimagined by Martin Juenke. "Because the original recording was so inspiring, I created two separate reimagined tracks: 'Tranquil Night' and 'Uneasy Night'. "I used the constant dropping and improvised / composed something corresponding. One track creates the peace of a night, the other the unrest. Both are based on the same drop…
 
Piazza Campitelli reimagined by Martin Juenke. "Because the original recording was so inspiring, I created two separate reimagined tracks: 'Tranquil Night' and 'Uneasy Night'. "I used the constant dropping and improvised / composed something corresponding. One track creates the peace of a night, the other the unrest. Both are based on the same drop…
 
The title and inspiration come from a signpost in the rail yard (courtesy of Google Earth). The sign reads “Remote control locomotives operate in this area; Locomotive cabs may be unoccupied.” The future is already here! The drum beat and snare sound are constructed from the field recording, whilst the other percussion represents the train wheels p…
 
London's Golden Hinde reimagined by Ian Haygreen. "I used very little effects (reverb etc) for the track. I used Audacity to separate the individual sounds which interested me. Using Audacity and LMMS (my DAW) I simply used the loop functions, altered the speed, pitch and tempo settings and very little else." Part of the Future Cities project.…
 
The Golden Hinde was a galleon best known for being the first English ship to sail around the entire world from 1577 to 1580. A replica of the ship sits in central London as a tourist attraction, and here we are listening to the ship's captain entertaining passers-by. Recorded by Cities and Memory. Part of the Future Cities project.…
 
This is a recording of rain tapping rhythmically on a metal windowsill in Boston, Massachusetts. Outside the window the Framingham/Worcester commuter rail rumbles by, people laugh, and the Mass Pike (aka interstate 90) seethes with heavy traffic. Recorded by Nicholas Jourjine. Part of the Future Cities project.…
 
Soundscape for the end of times. Human empathy for the environment is countered with the slow destruction around us. Could we be threatened by such urban environments in the future? The original soundscape was processed first using Max for the pitch and time effects and then spatially transformed in Reaper using Kronlachner's Ambix tools for the fi…
 
"We can hear chanting protesters from Bogotá, Colombia, on November 26th 2019, less than a week after protests started. I was in Bogotá for a residency and it just happened that I arrived at a very agitated moment in the city, with people denouncing corruption and demanding better quality of life. It was beautiful to see them out in the street in s…
 
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