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Practice Makes Practice

One of the main drives of these Sura Medura residencies is to push and take risks with our practice. The residencies are hosted by Neil Butler, who’s got strong form in making and producing radical art, and we’re all experienced artists, so it feels like a really supportive environment for embracing that challenge. We had… Read more »

DLLH: Influences 1 > MUSIC

This is part of a series of blogs about influences on Dark Land Light House. Ben Frost at Sonar 2014 For me and Tim, sound and music are often built into the foundation of our ideas. Tim’s already written about how experiments with sound design gave him the way in to writing the script. More… Tanuja /

Doctor Version

Edit, 2018: so you might have arrived here because I’ve posted up a new mix of the DW theme. Good. Thanks. This post was all about my original take, back in 2015. Scroll down to the bottom of the page for geeky details on the most recent mix. Yes. This year, I finally made my… Read more »

What The Found Sound 2: Barcelona 2014

We welcome your ears to the second What The Found Sound, where we delve into bits of our sound archive we’ve most likely forgotten about, and liveblog our reactions. A few footnotes at the bottom of the page, but otherwise what you see is what it was. For best results: press play, and read the conversation…… Read more »

What The Found Sound 1: Prague 2004

Hello and welcome to What The Found Sound, where we delve into bits of our sound archive we’ve most likely forgotten about, and liveblog our reactions. A few footnotes at the bottom of the page, but otherwise what you see is what it was. For best results: press play, and read the conversation… notes Recording… Read more »

Here is some music

Here is some music from the world(s) of Sleepdogs. It was made some time ago. By clicking below you can make sounds happen from the internet and reach your ears, as long as the volume on your computer is turned up, or you have some headphones, I don’t know. Maybe you’ve got some headphones. Sometimes… Read more »