For the 9th International Drone Day, Transience invited long-time collaborator Ligovskoï and new-to-transience-musician Felicity Mangan to share the joy of droning. At the Cashmere Studio in Wedding, Felicity played a live version of her One Instrument release, Bell Metal Reeds, that "explores the resonance and pitch of the reeds within at the harmonica The Echo Harp of the brand M. Hohner. Bell Metal Reeds shows a committed and ambitious composition in each singular tone." Ligovskoi created a new composition for this year's drone day, employing modular details and their signature airpads that you can sink into while they gently tug at your heartstrings. We highly recommend listening on headphones or good speakers from a horizontal-ish position.
To hear more from Felicity Mangan: https://felicitymangan.org/
To hear more from Ligovskoï: http://ligovskoï.com/
For more about Drone Day: droneday.org
Digital colourfield painting generously donated by Ligovskoï for the occasion.
Felicity Mangan (live)