Album · 2007 · 4 Songs. Spatial Circumference Social Interiors.
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Listen to Social Interiors Spatial Circumference MP3 song. Spatial Circumference song from the album Spatial Circumference is released on Feb 2007. The duration of song is 19:10. This song is sung by Social Interiors. Track Listing: 1. Things Change, Things Remain the Same (Rik Rue) 2. Mounds of Mounds (Shane Fahey) 3. Silent Latitudes (Julian Knowles) 4. Spatial Circumference (Julian Knowles, Shane Fahey, Rik Rue). Endgame Records (END007). This article borrows the title of Lady Gaga's second album, The Fame Monster (2009), to look at the costs of being a celebrity, which she explores in her music videos and in her & first-ever pop electro opera', The Monster Ball Tour (2009-11). Showing the extreme ways in which Lady Gaga mass-markets herself offers a striking blueprint of the mechanisms required to make a star today, and.
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|1||Things Change, Things Remain The Same
Composed By – Rik Rue
|2||Mound Of Mounds
Composed By – Shane Fahey
Composed By – Julian Knowles
Composed By – Julian Knowles, Rik Rue, Shane Fahey
- Mixed At – Megaphon Studio
- Mixed At – UWS Nepean Studios
NotesThis previously unreleased material by Social Interiors contains a solo piece by each member, culminating in the group piece and title track "Spatial Circumference", which brings each of the three previous pieces, and members, together.
Rik Rue's piece incorporates sound sources from the Australian outback, Julian Knowles' piece is based on recordings made from a long wire installation by Alan Lamb in the scrub country of Baldivis, WA; and Shane Fahey's piece was drawn from locations around West Head in Ku-ring-gai National Park, Sydney.
The final group piece consists of spatial surround sound recordings in coastal and rainforest regions on the south coast of NSW, spot source recordings, and tuned resonance modelling synthesis.
The works on the CD have their origins within a live a/v performance piece composed for Australian Perspecta 'Between Art and Nature' at the Art Gallery of NSW, in Sydney Australia. The sound was was presented in conjunction with video by Peter Oldham who worked with the same at the same beach and rainforest locations. Audio was projected into the performance space via a 12 channel surround sound system.
The concept for the recording process involved an investigative undertaking to produce a sonic expression of rich and evocative habitats. In order to follow this venture through, concerted and repeated contact with the environments was required. In this way awareness and presence was built, carrying through into the compositions.