January 25, 2019

🎵 Claire Hamill, Voices - Sleep (1986)

I heard this song from Claire Hamill on mix from EchoOcho on mixcloud and just loved it. Composed almost entirely of 12-bit voice samples, the album, Voices, brought back to mind the first time I heard Laurie Anderson’s Big Science. Fond/Sound has a nice little review of Voices and its curious connection to the BBC Domesday Book (1986).

Album cover for Claire Hamill’s Voices.


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