World Oceans Day 2020

by David de la Haye

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mikehoolboom After a bravura electroacoustic opening track, most of the rest of the tracks are brief seal mutterings, often sounding, strangely or not, as if the sound is running backwards. The revelation is the final track, where the water turns into a crackling fiery mass, with a rich stereo field delivered in pristine quality, not a wisp of wind or noise of any kind. Magic.
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Seal 001 00:42
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Seal 002 01:28
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Seal 003 01:12
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Seal 004 00:29
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Seal 005 02:10
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Seal 006 00:34
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Seal 007 00:32
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Seal 008 00:34
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Seal 009 00:41
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Seal 010 02:54
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Seal 011 00:34
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Seal 012 00:25
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Seal 013 00:13
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Seal 014 00:53
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Seal 015 00:37
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Seal 016 00:44
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Seal 017 00:59
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Seal 018 02:21
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70% of profits from purchases on World Oceans Day 2020 were donated to the 30x30: A Blueprint For Ocean Protection. Thank you to all who contributed.

The purchase of this album includes a bonus video created for the BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art.

30% of all future profits will be donated to 30x30.

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released June 8, 2020

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David de la Haye Durham, UK

David is a multi-award winning field recordist, musician, creative research technician and producer.

He tours internationally with Folk groups 'Monster Ceilidh Band' and 'Jez Lowe and the Bad Pennies'.

Originally from the Channel Islands he now lives in Durham where he focusses largely on exploring marine and freshwater environments through sound.
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