Sounds of the Year 2021
Libertà in montagna
Until We Travel
The Orange Garden
Sedimento – a sonic study of Venice
Sounds of the Year 2020
Inferno – reimagining Dante’s Divine Comedy
Remixing the global lockdown
#StayHomeSounds, Volume 2
#StayHomeSounds, Volume 1
Sounds for Lifting Hearts
Sounds of the Year 2019
Sounds from New York
Ambient Sounds Volume 2
Space is the Place
Sounds of the Year 2018
Sounds from Sri Lanka
Sounds from Italy
Sounds of the Year 2017
Our annual roundup exploring some of the best recomposed sounds from the last 12 months.
Protest and Politics (August 2017)
Highlights from our project mapping and reimagining the sounds of protest and political activism.
Sacred Spaces (March 2017)
Highlights from our project recomposing the sounds of the world’s sacred spaces.
Sounds of the Year 2016 (December 2016)
A compilation of some of the best reimagined sounds from around the world composed during 2016.
The Next Station (September 2016)
Reimagined sounds from London’s iconic Underground public transport system.
Prison Songs (May 2016)
Highlights from our project reimagining prison work songs from the Mississippi State Penitentiary in the 1940s.
Dada Sounds (March 2016)
Highlights from our project celebrating the 100th anniversary of Dadaism.
Utopia (October 2015)
Highlights from our project to imagine the sounds of Thomas More’s iconic book Utopia.
Sound Waves (July 2015)
Highlights from our reimagined sounds of rivers, oceans, lakes and water, to celebrate the World Listening Day 2015 theme of water.
Quiet Street (May 2015)
Highlights from our simultaneous online and real-world installation reimagining the sounds of the city of Bath, England.
Cities and Memory: Oblique Strategies (April 2015)
Highlights from our Oblique Strategies project: artists using Oblique Strategy cards to create reimagined sounds from around the world.
Erinnerungen an eine Stadt (October 2014)
An album of reimagined sounds from our #Hamburgsounds project: 24 sounds representing 24 hours in the life of the city of Hamburg. Originally released on the Mobius Spin label.