I’ve always been interested in how sound can morph into beautiful complex patterns of noise with the minimal use of tech and processing. It’s the ‘small sounds’, anomalies, mistakes and the sounds ‘between’ that catch my ear. With a lo fi sensibility and low level processing it never ceases to amaze me how sounds change and morph into something else, often in a surprising way.
Museleon tracks are best listened to via headphones and often require “deep listening”.

This track is part of an ongoing project both sound and visuals, based around field recordings gathered at the mouth of the River Wear.

I created some visuals for the track –