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Contributors (21)

  • 33EMYBW
  • Allanah Stewart
  • Autumn Royal
  • Bianca Winataputri
  • Brian Hioe
  • Chi Tran and Arben Dzika
  • Chun Yin Rainbow Chan
  • Danni Zuvela
  • Eric Avery
  • Fjorn Butler
  • Goooooose
  • Harmony Holiday
  • Immy Chuah and The Convoy
  • James Rushford
  • James Rushford
  • Jen Callaway
  • Kt Spit
  • Mathew Spisbah
  • Natasha Tontey
  • Neil Morris
  • Sam Peterson
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Allanah Stewart

  1. Field recording — ‘Synth house’
  2. Moe Chee and Jen Callaway — ‘Testament of the Trinity’ (excerpt)
  3. Le Biche — ‘Tax on eggs’
  4. Field recording — ‘Merri Creek, Narrm/Melbourne’
  5. Ros Bandt — ‘Tank piece no.7’ or ‘Fleet, water, conduit hose’
  6. David Stewart — ‘Yellow-tailed Black Cockatoo’
  7. Splinter Orchestra — ‘Woolshed’ (excerpt)
  8. Field recording — ‘Whistling kettle’
  9. Debbie Lissek with Art Day South — ‘Sunshine’
  10. Stinky Picnic — ‘Hudja Budja’
  11. Karim Sarakbi and Dale Gorfinkel with Art Day South — ‘Thriller Chaser’
  12. Music Yared — ‘Kabsamai’
  13. Field recording — ‘Keyboard’
  14. Peter Farrar and Dale Gorfinkel — ‘Nail Traces’
  15. Mystic fire — ‘Upper Mount Gravatt’ (live excerpt)
  16. Paula Whiting with Art Day South — ‘Blue whales’
  17. Field recording — ‘Bubbling cup’
  18. Stasis Duo and Amanda Stewart — ‘Untitled’ (excerpt)
  19. Laura Altman — ‘2b ending’
Contributor/s

Allanah Stewart is an artist from Aotearoa/New Zealand, currently living in Melbourne, Australia. As well as her work in various experimental music projects, she is the presenter of a monthly podcast radio programme called Enquiring Minds, hosted by Noods radio, which explores old and new, lesser known and well known sounds that loosely fit under the banner of experimental music.

Notes

    Score: Eric Avery. ‘Ancestory Play Ancestry’, 2019
    Liquid Architecture acknowledge the Woi Wurrung and Boon Wurrung people of the Kulin nation as the sovereign owners of the country where we live and work. We recognise that sovereignty has not been ceded, and pay our respects to Elders, past, present and emerging.
    Score: Natasha Tontey ‘Xenoglossia’, 2019