FAUNA MAPPING by JONNY NASH / LINDSAY TODD

SKU99995
ArtistJONNY NASH / LINDSAY TODD
TitleFAUNA MAPPING
LabelISLAND OF THE GODS
Catalog #IOTG003
Genre
ReleaseW 08 - 2018
FormatVinyl - UKLP
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Tracks

  1. The Gecko that wore its skin out
    https://global.vellancecdn.com/rushhour/files/tracks/f/99995_fauna_mapping/1_the_gecko_that_wore_its_skin_out.mp3
  2. Dengue
    https://global.vellancecdn.com/rushhour/files/tracks/f/99995_fauna_mapping/2_dengue.mp3
  3. Hotel Harriat
    https://global.vellancecdn.com/rushhour/files/tracks/f/99995_fauna_mapping/3_hotel_harriat.mp3
  4. Pigeon
    https://global.vellancecdn.com/rushhour/files/tracks/f/99995_fauna_mapping/4_pigeon.mp3
  5. Kelahiran Kambar
    https://global.vellancecdn.com/rushhour/files/tracks/f/99995_fauna_mapping/5_kelahiran_kambar.mp3
  6. Fauna Mapping
    https://global.vellancecdn.com/rushhour/files/tracks/f/99995_fauna_mapping/6_fauna_mapping.mp3
  7. Petrol and nab champa
    https://global.vellancecdn.com/rushhour/files/tracks/f/99995_fauna_mapping/7_petrol_and_nab_champa.mp3
  8. Kokokan
    https://global.vellancecdn.com/rushhour/files/tracks/f/99995_fauna_mapping/8_kokokan.mp3
  9. No Pigeon
    https://global.vellancecdn.com/rushhour/files/tracks/f/99995_fauna_mapping/9_no_pigeon.mp3
  10. Pipe to Pipe bushment
    https://global.vellancecdn.com/rushhour/files/tracks/f/99995_fauna_mapping/10_pipe_to_pipe_bushment.mp3
  11. A series of small frogs
    https://global.vellancecdn.com/rushhour/files/tracks/f/99995_fauna_mapping/11_a_series_of_small_frogs.mp3
  12. Mushroom omelette (and the now prevailing cosmic anxiety)
    https://global.vellancecdn.com/rushhour/files/tracks/f/99995_fauna_mapping/12_mushroom_omelette_and_the_now_prevailing_cosmic_anxiety.mp3

Description

Jonny Nash (Guissian Curve / Melody as Truth) and Firecracker's Lindsay Todd get barefoot and turn out a stunner of an LP..Over the course of twelve compositions we find the pair utilising their recordings in a whole host of ways, avoiding the well-trodden cliches of the “exotic” and instead attempting to achieve a personal interpretation of the flora, fauna and climate of the island. Spending time amidst the insects, rice fields and scorching sun, the pair gathered a library of found sounds which were then taken back to a studio space to be stretched, mangled and manipulated alongside a variety of electronic and acoustic instruments. The outdoor studio itself became a living instrument, with the duo setting up multiple microphones for durations of up to 12 hours around the space, layering and processing the results in tracks such as “Fauna Mapping” and “A Series Of Small Frogs”.