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The ten best sounds of August 2014

Photo by Giulia Biasibetti.
Photo by Giulia Biasibetti.

Summer’s over, guys – we’re heading into autumn. Here’s a look back at the best sounds from the end of the summer. They come from as far afield as Brisbane, San Francisco, Florence and London, and feature nine different sound artists and recordists. Explore the places and their sounds below!
Bassano del Grappa, Italy: Bassano del Grappa: creating an imaginary scene (remixed by Jase Warner)

Florence, Italy: When two people remix the same field recording (by Lee Riley & Amber-Zoe Cheesman)

San Francisco, USA: A visit to some Californian caves (by Stanislav Nikolov)

Brisbane, Australia: Victoria Bridge – turned into house music (by Emmanuel Galvan)

Amsterdam, Netherlands: Going underground in Amsterdam (by Robert van Riel)

Snowshill, UK: Making music from the sound of bees (by Cities & Memory)

Southend, UK: Southend amusement arcade – as heard on acid (by Colin Ventura & Tim Waterfield)

Birmingham, UK: Birmingham New Street station – as remixed by Kraftwerk (remixed by Tim Waterfield)

Steventon, UK: Truck Festival – Bohemian Rhapsody remix (by Cities & Memory)

London, UK: What happens when you remix the sounds of your breakfast (remixed by Tim Waterfield)