This record release is part of the netlabel collection: Treetrunk
Release Date: 2013-03-14


SALT SEA ISLAND is a sound cartography collected through field recordings across the world. these records are done during what guy debord describes as ‚dérive‘ or ‚psychogeography drifts‘: the experimental exploration of the environment, the mindful or transient passage through urban or country areas. This method can also be used to map the inner space – to create different thematic maps of reality. For these records I dislocated myself, followed animal trails deep into german woods, crossed the alpine valley of ötztal, recorded on mountain peaks, atlantic and pacific islands and sea ports. I connected with unknown persons. I jumped into the next subway, the nearest bus and got somewhere out. the sounds are compiled with what william s. burroughs describes as ‚cut-up and fold-in‘: a method for ‚altering reality‘ – and that is what it´s all about, a journey into altering realities.