Persistence of Sound publishes the new solo record by Natasha Barrett, known internationally for her intense explorations of the movement of sounds through space.
Heterotopia contains three new Barrett compositions, including the concert length title track.
Urban Melt in Park Palais Meran sees an outdoor table-tennis game become increasingly surreal, courtesy of ultra high-resolution recording techniques.
Growth is a short, shocking blizzard of sounds sent spinning around the stereo spectrum.
Natasha Barrett (born 1972 in Norwich, England, lives and works in Oslo, Norway) is a British electroacoustic music
She describes her inspiration as coming from the immediate sounding matter of the world around us, as well as the way it behaves. “I'm really concerned with the idea of tangibility. Sound is invisible, but we can do things that make you want to reach out and touch it.” Barrett's works are performed and commissioned throughout the world, and have received a long list of prizes, including the Giga-Hertz Award and the Bourges International Electroacoustic Music Awards.