Today’s image is from an abandoned nightclub in Toronto, by Richelle Forsey: “This is a photo inside the decommissioned and semi demolished nightclub ‘Atlantis’, on Toronto, Ontario’s waterfront, on the coldest January 1rst (2018) on record. I document abandoned spaces, seeking to uncover the energy
The roar of high-performing engines as we turn the world of sports today. Paul Virostek of Creative Field Recording sent through several recordings from the Toronto Indy Lights race practice – here we can hear a pack of cars zooming past during qualifying at turn
We’re heading to the north of Canada today, and our northernmost protest recording from Yellowknife in the Northwest Territories, for a protest around the rights of indigenous people. The recording and photographs are by George Lessard, who provided this information from the protest’s event page:
Today we explore the sound of the “casserole protest”, in which protesters bang pots, pans and anything that makes a noise from their home kitchen as a form of protest. Two recordings from Montreal, Canada, come from Michael Nardone – he describes the first like
Our Canadian contributors were busy during our Sacred Spaces callout, with a diverse range of sounds coming in from the creative city of Montreal, and an equally diverse range of reinterpretations.