March 15, 2021 § Leave a comment
All the tracks are influenced by and include bat sounds, with funds from the release going to support Bat Conservation Trust.
“Adaptive Sonic has assembled international talent to join forces with the Bat Conservation Trust for a fundraising effort dedicated to the preservation of our nocturnal friends.
Bats are a vital part of our native wildlife, accounting for almost a third of all mammal species in the UK and occupy a wide range of habitats, such as wetlands, woodlands, farmland, as well as urban areas. They can tell us a lot about the state of the environment, as they are top predators of common nocturnal insects and are sensitive to changes in land use practices. The pressures they face – such as landscape change, agricultural intensification, development, and habitat fragmentation are also relevant to many other wildlife species, making them excellent indicators for the wider health of global wildlife.”
Loads of awesome tracks on this, my current favourite being the compilation’s opener from Hauntist
February 1, 2021 § Leave a comment
Out now on the Cyclic Self Bandcamp 🙏
My track ‘Breo’, created as a standalone fragment of this piece, is also out today on the DOE’s ‘Lee Lines’ mixtape: https://thedepartmentofenergy.bandcamp.com/
“The third release from The Department of Energy celebrates the real and imagined links, connections, alignments and energies shared by a raft of artists working within and without the rural, the riparian and the gothic. It is a Landscape Mixtape containing strangers, islands, friends, family, Brigid, crossings, legends, language, peaks, valleys, engines, forecasts, dunes, cures, tombs, blooms, recollections and incantations.”
The launch of which can be heard here 🔥
January 17, 2021 § Leave a comment
“Of pain you could wish only one thing: that it should stop. Nothing in the world was so bad as physical pain. In the face of pain there are no heroes” – George Orwell, 1984
December 31, 2020 § Leave a comment
2020 comes to a close in just a few hours here in Wicklow, Ireland. And along with it, my collaboration with wonderful artist and human Adam Perry also concludes.
It has been such a rewarding and nourishing experience creating these Full Moon pieces throughout the year. I have really enjoyed collaborating with Adam both for his artistic talents and for the truly fantastic being that he is. I leave 2020 with a body of work I am proud of and a new friend that I am very grateful for.
Thank you to all who have listened/viewed and engaged with these pieces throughout the year. I hope they have brought some light each month and I hope you enjoy seeing them altogether in this video!
Wishing you all a peaceful transition into 2021, may the new year bring you all you could wish for and more.
Le grá, Laura
December 30, 2020 § Leave a comment
The thirteenth and final piece in my series of Full Moon collaborations for 2020 with the wonderful artist and human Adam Perry
November 30, 2020 § Leave a comment
The twelfth piece in my series of Full Moon collaborations for 2020 with the wonderful artist and human Adam Perry
October 31, 2020 § Leave a comment
The eleventh piece, and second of two for October, in my series of Full Moon 2020 collaborations with the wonderful artist and human Adam Perry
October 2, 2020 § Leave a comment
The tenth piece, and first of two for October, in my series of Full Moon 2020 collaborations with the wonderful artist and human Adam Perry
September 2, 2020 § Leave a comment
The ninth piece in my series of Full Moon collaborations for 2020 with the wonderful artist and human Adam Perry