patreon campaign progress report:
114 patrons (down from 117)
60% towards our goal (down from 61%)
want to help? http://www.patreon.com/frameworkradio
a sparser mix this week, at least relatively. 15 individual pieces in the show – as opposed to over 20 in our last several regular editions – coming to us from canada, the united states, the united kingdom, belgium, croatia, france and rwanda. winter is settling in here, so perhaps the mixes are becoming more wintry. we’ve got sounds of demolition, aeolian harps, water, wind, frogs and plenty more.
a few more shows coming to you before our annual winter break. one more framework:afield next week (#826), and a final regular edition in two weeks time (#827) before we hunker down for a little hibernation. we’ll come back to you with edition #828, premiering on january 15th (not january 9th, as i mistakenly said in the show), and soon after that we hope to be able to announce the first issue of framework:seasonal, our fund-raising compilation series, since #11 in the spring of 2020. stay tuned for more info about that!
you may notice above that our patreon campaign has lost a little traction over the past few months – we finally broke the 60% threshold (that’s 60% of our funding goal, averaged out monthly), but weren’t able to hold on. it always gets a little trickier during our broadcasting breaks – it’s easy to forget us if we’re not making so much noise. but if you’re wondering what you can get us for christmas, well, that’s easy: sign up to support the program, with a commitment of as little as €1, $1, or £1 per month. it seems like nothing, because it almost is! but it’s really a great help to the program, especially if enough of you do it. go on over to http://www.patreon.com/frameworkradio and bring some holiday cheer!
oh yes, one last thing: i put out an intro challenge in this show – i’d like a winter/holiday themed framework introduction to start off our final edition for 2022, so get out there and record one! visit santacon, go hang out in the reindeer stables, bury yourself in the snow with a hydrophone, go on out and record a holiday intro and send it to us by the end of this week, and the best one will start off edition #827 (i’m sure we’ll use all the other ones early next year as well). “ho ho ho! welcome to framework!” introduction recording guidelines here.
[time / artist / track / release / label]
00:00 – 04:28 / james bailey / framework introduction, recorded in canada
03:00 – 15:02 / bill thompson / smeltertown / blackout 2 – asarco towers / ash international
08:00 – 12:53 / quinta / meltemia / aeolian mixtape / nonclassical
10:48 – 21:58 / patrick shiroishi / a place where sunflowers grow / evergreen / touch music
13:01 – 18:53 / lou walrave / ducks and fountain / izelles, be / aporee soundmaps
15:01 – 24:16 / manja ristić / [extract 1] / dobra voda / [self-released]
21:12 – 26:02 / quinta / seirin / aeolian mixtape / nonclassical
23:45 – 39:43 / bill thompson / skull canyon / blackout 2 – asarco towers / ash international
25:44 – 32:26 / aurélien lebourg / strong wind / laveissière, fr / aporee soundmaps
32:23 – 44:41 / patrick shiroishi / here comes a candle to light you to bed / evergreen / touch music
38:45 – 49:12 / manja ristić / [extract 2] / dobra voda / [self-released]
40:59 – 46:43 / sam auinger / croton point summernight / croton-on-hudson, us / aporee soundmaps
46:20 – 55:48 / bill vine / the east strand / – / –
51:49 – 57:32 / quinta / chloris / aeolian mixtape / nonclassical
56:12 – 59:00 / pablo salaün / frogs, early evening / kigali, rw, aporee soundmaps