Gabriel, my beloved monkey son, is at it again. Today he sent me the lyrics to his latest song, “Pea Sized Brain”.
I’ve Been Waiting For All Of This In My Hands I Know If I Do With My Full Words
PEE SIZED BRAINS PEE SIZED BRAINS!!
I’ve Been Waiting For As You First In Line I’ve Left My Dog At School You’ve been Warned I’ve Been Sucking On The Walls Were Alway First I’ve been Sucking On These Walls These Threats Will Calm You Down
PEE SIZED BRAINS PEE SIZED BRAINS PEE SIZED BRAINS PEE SIZED BRAINS……..PEE SIZED BRAINS(guitar solo) PEE SIZED BRAINS PEE SIZED BRAIN! YES PEE SIZED BRAIN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Singing sand (also known as booming sand, barking sand or whistling sand) is the term ascribed the phenomenon of sound produced by moving sand. During an avalanche, or when blown by wind, sand of a certain composition, size and humidity can produce eerie, low-pitched sounds that can be heard for miles.
Walking Without Rhythm is a compilation designed to employ the natural sound of moving sand in the arts of noise, dark ambient and audio experimentation. Each track submitted should contain some element of a sound recording of the singing sand phenomenon; either using the audio provided, or audio from another source. Audio can be manipulated in whatever manner the artist sees fit, provided that it is somewhere in the final mix.
The following recordings were culled from an article by the Morphodynamics Lab of Laboratoire de Physique et Mécanique des Milieux Hétérogènes.
The compilation will be released under a Creative Commons license in VBR MP3 format. Please use the Contact link in the right-hand navigation bar for details on track submission.
Submission deadline is
May 31st June 15th. Happy noising!
Due to some strange encoding issues, two of the tracks in the Worst-Case Scenarios release turned out to be white noise. I have corrected these tracks and uploaded new versions, which are now available for your listening pleasure. If you’ve already downloaded, or listened to the album, I implore you to go back and check out the Daniel Kemp tracks again.
Thanks to Nate for the keen ear and attention to detail!
That there is the release page for you aural pleasure. Definitely a quality collection of tracks and I would like to thank everyone who participated.
I’ve got a few ideas in mind for the next project. I might go with a simpler one at the moment, if only because I’m getting ready to move and will be too busy for complicated project requirements…