Sireli Aeg is based on field recording sounds captured during the Active Crossover residency at MoKs in Mooste (Estonia) and its surroundings. This is the fourth release in the series Corollaries that will span 2016, compiling works resulting from Active Crossover: Mooste, a cross-cultural collaborative residency curated by Simon Whetham and hosted by MoKS, in April and May 2015. All works are composed from material compiled in a collective archive during the project.
The field recording locations that most affected the compositions were:
Mooste Järv (GPS: 58.159798, 27.183463)
Põlva Tuul (GPS: 58.066352, 27.110513)
Sireli Laul (GPS: 58.162323, 27.192781)
Emajõgi Delta (GPS: 58.343671, 27.267653)
released April 30, 2016
Mirva Tarvainen : vocal, double bass;
Jura Laiva: guitar drones and glitches;
Sound Meccano: field recordings, electronics, sound processing and composition.
Painting by Anastasija Rekuta-Dzhordzhevich.
Mastered by Miguel Carvalhais.