Pre-orders are now open for Retrieving, awaiting release on June 24th. The limited edition vinyl LP with design by Nick Taylor is available in the UK and Europe from shops such as Norman Records and Piccadilly Records. It is also available to order, bundled with a download, in the US from the Listening Center/Temporary Tapes page. and will be available to stream and download from most major digital outlets.
Now available from the Listening Center Bandcamp page.
Our debut album, Example One, is being reissued by the wonderful London-based label, Polytechnic Youth in a vinyl edition of 500. It is available now in European shops or you can order direct from Polytechnic Youth, and will be available to order from the Listening Center bandcamp page in a couple of weeks.
Here’s a nice review from Adrian Pannett at Delusions of Adequacy.
Listening Center’s re-constructed audio montage addresses the recordings of the Royal Danish Ballet production Uropa, which include the dialogue and narratives of refugee performers and dancers, along with Mikkel Hess’s score. Much of the audio was fed into tape loop systems, which informed the integrations of disparate elements of the piece from successive performances. Dislocated voices speak to us, now heard, now muffled or obscured by radio static; some untouched passages simply tell their own story.
Help us help others by donating to the UROPEAN Red Cross collection here: egenindsamling.rodekors.dk/rodekors/8-7150
Stream below, or download here:
New collaboration with Paolo Javier…
“Poet Paolo Javier and Ghost Box recording artist Listening Center collaborate on an exploratory assemblage of clangorous sounds and mysterious fragments of speech. Field recordings of a shadowy Filipino poet are the starting point for a darkened journey through an underworld of language and postcolonial haunting.”
Risograph publication. Fifth title in Flugschriften series. 100 copies only. All copies come with cassette and poster. A handful of posters are also available separately for purchase. (Please inquire.) Designed by Rob Carmichael, SEEN, and printed by Keegan Cooke at Circadian Press.
Listening Center contributed a track “Triangular Shift” to this fine compilation from A Year In The Country – a meditation on 1973 as a fault line in the continuum of time. Includes work by Circle/Temple, Sproatly Smith, Keith Seatman, The British Space Group, The Hare And The Moon ft Alaska/Michael Begg, Time Attendant, The Rowan Amber Mill, A Year In The Country and David Colohan.
Available in two editions here: