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Before the eruption, Reykjavik and the surrounding area were hit by a series of earthquakes that lasted two weeks. I set up the recorder in an empty room, recorded for several hours in long. During lunch, I felt my chair rocking, and after waiting a while (in case there were any aftershocks) I ran to the studio to see if anything was recorded. I opened the sound in the editor and saw clearly a few lumps in the wave and a line. This dash was some object that had probably tipped over. The lumps, on the other hand, I couldn’t hear. I raised the low frequencies a bit and then I could actually hear something. Or, in fact, feel it, because the sound is so low that it’s more like vibrations reaching the head. When it comes to the speakers – you can hear it, as long as the speakers have reasonably good bass. Nothing is happening on the iPhone speaker. I think about it all the time, but I seem to have captured this unique earthquake phenomenon in this recording, which you cannot hear but feel. That is why I recommend listening with headphones, preferably earphones. Make yourself an Icelandic earthquake in your head 🙂


from Bubble / Gos, released April 7, 2021


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Kaśka Paluch / Noise From Iceland Reykjavík, Iceland

I am MA of musicology, graduated at the Jagiellonian University in Kraków and a graduate of the State General Art School in Zakopane in the violin class. I compose and produce electronic music. As a violinist, I collaborated with electronic music producers in Poland and abroad.

I am also a music journalist and reporter.
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