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Arthur King’s Changing Landscapes (Isle of Eigg) | KCRW’s 24 Hours of Serenity
April 18, 2021 • 3:00 am PDT
Take a trip to the remote Isle of Eigg, in the Scottish Hebrides, with Arthur King’s Changing Landscapes. While on an artist residency, Grandaddy’s Jason Lytle and Arthur King spent a week exploring the island, collecting a vast amount of photographic, audio, and video source material. At the end of their trip the group took the recorded elements, and set up audio/visual equipment at a local’s house for an hours-long improvisation session. The results are this record, of which the BBC3’s Corey Mwamba explains, “they’ve created this very fine textured fabric of sound, from which a narrative of life on this island springs.”
Arthur King is a Los Angeles-based experimental music and art studio that features musicians, visual artists, filmmakers, and set designers. The process, or artistic methodology, of the Changing Landscapes series is focused primarily on field recordings, and is the unchanging framework that allows the location to truly serve as the focus of the art. Changing Landscapes (Isle of Eigg) was recorded in 2019 in the Scottish Hebrides.
photo credit: Aaron Farley
More about KCRW’s 24 Hours of Serenity
Listen — we’re not saying you’re stressed out and need some relaxation… but we’re not not telling you that either ; )
So, just in case, look what KCRW has in store for you! It’s 24 hours dedicated to wellness and relaxation. Join us on Sunday, April 18th for an all-day virtual festival of calm. Everything from guided meditation with Valerie June to kitten cams, art classes with Self Help Graphics to baguette shaping with Bub and Grandma’s, soothing sounds of dublab artists to comforting home haircuts with ProjectQ… along with many of the KCRW voices you love and so much more. Seriously, it’s 24 hours — check out the schedule and details at kcrw.com/serenity.
The Zoom link will stay the same for 24 hours, so you can jump in and out of what interests you most throughout the day like you would at a festival. Drop by for one segment or stay for the whole 24 hours! We guarantee, this will be the chillest party you’ve ever been to. So breathe deep, hold it, and breathe out.
24 Hours of Serenity is free and open to the public starting on Wednesday, March 31st at 12pm noon, you only need to RSVP to attend.