Alexandra Spence's new album, 'Waking, She Heard the Fluttering', is out now on Room40. In this episode of SleepTalker, Bec dips in and out of the album and interviews Alexandra about field recording, acoustic ecology and listening. Together, they explore dream-states, perception, memory and our emotional responses to time and space.
- Paprica WalzAi Yamamoto
- Glass AssemblyAi Yamamoto
- Sleep In NothingnessAlexandra Spence
- buried tape loops (excerpt)Alexandra Spence
- Bodies In PlaceAlexandra Spence
- A Soft CrackleAlexandra Spence
- Flora (For A Friend)Alexandra Spence
- BodyscanAlexandra Spence
- Sky and Sea Were IndistinguishableAlexandra Spence
- Waking She Heard The FlutteringAlexandra Spence
- Aeroplanes & Puddles (part 1)MP Hopkins
- The farthest land #1 (Inzai, Chiba)Toshiya Tsunoda/Taku Unami
- lamentJulia Reidy
- John White in BerlinLaurence Crane
- Perfumes IIISarah Davachi
- ClepsydraTomoko Sauvage
About this program
A show about sleep, dreams, nightmares and what happens in your head after dark. Meditations from the edges of consciousness, exploring circadian rhythms, mental health, what keeps us awake and helps us drift. Interviews, field recordings, sound art, creative audio and ambient music to keep you company in the dark.
SleepTalker started as an independent podcast in 2014, and now joins the Triple R grid as a weekly two-hour live show.
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