May 30, 2024

Patricia Wolf shares two new tracks from forthcoming album, ‘The Secret Lives of Birds’

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Patricia Wolf shares two new tracks from forthcoming album, 'The Secret Lives of Birds'

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(Photo by G Roberti) Portland, Oregon-based musician, sound designer, field recordist and DJ, Patricia Wolf, has shared two new tracks from her forthcoming album, “The Secret Lives of Birds”, which will be out on 28 June 2024 via Nite Hive.

Patricia Wolf debuted with the album “I’ll Look For You In Others” in 2022 on Past Inside The Present. That release was quickly followed up the same year by her second album “See-Through on Balmat”.

The new album expresses Wolf’s love of birds, a fascination which began alongside her field recording practice when she began to wonder which birds were singing and calling in her recordings. Across the album, Patricia dives deep into her personal library of field recordings and birding experiences.

Below you can already listen to “Starling Murmuration” and “Bewick’s Wren”.

And here’s the second new track, “Bewick’s Wren”.

Patricia Wolf’s “The Secret Lives of Birds” is out on cassette and digitally via Nite Hive on 28 June 2024.

Nite Hive Records is Penelope Trappes’ new imprint, designed as a label run by – and for – women and gender expansive artists “to allow the free exploration of their approach to experimental music”. All of the releases will be released digitally and on limited-edition cassette tape – accompanied by a podcast interview with each artist about their creative process.

You can order the album right here on Bandcamp.

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Bernard Van Isacker is the Chief Editor of Side-Line Magazine. With a career spanning more than two decades, Van Isacker has established himself as a respected figure in the darkwave scene.

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