Wednesday, February 5th
SPU Proudly Announces New LP Release
On this LP, the SPU improvises inside Building 27 and WNP-5; these two remarkable acoustic environments not only transformed our field recordings, but guided these live, unedited improvisations. A decommissioned aircraft hangar at the former Sand Point Naval Air Station, Building 27 melds our sounds with audience footsteps and murmuring, along with, in quieter moments, birds, and nearby water. The unusual skittering slapback echo heard in WNP-5, part of an unfinished nuclear power station, results from gradually narrowing walls and tile-like surfaces inside the cooling tower; sound spirals upwards to the sky.
July 26th: SPU performs at Couth Buzzard Books in Greenwood
Join us for coffee and peruse the stacks at Greenwood's Couth Buzzard Books on July 26th for an intimate set. Avail yourselves of the fine munchies (and even grab a beer if you like!!) and immerse yourself in one of our abstract narratives. Donations to the hat are accepted but completely voluntary.
June 10th: SPU on KUOW's Weekday with Marcie Sillman
The Seattle Phonographers Union visted with Marcie Sillman on KUOW on Monday, June 10th to discuss what attracts us to the sounds that we use and how we can better appreciate the symphony of our everyday sonic landscape.
Listen to the show here:SPU ON KUOW
And also be sure to check in with our new blog at seapho.blogspot.com