Kinokophone welcomes field recordists, phonographers and curious listeners to join us for Kinokophonography.
Next Event: Wednesday, 27th May, 2015 6:00-7:30PM. British Library, Foyle Suite, 96 Euston Road, London, NW1 2DB
During a recent ‘attack them there brambles with this ‘ere machete’ session, this little fella piped up. I found his burrow and managed to place two small microphoes on either side of his stage. I had to wait a while for him to restart his performance but he eventually resurfaced to continue his wooing…
I’m no expert in Orthoptera, but from what I managed to see through the grass and using my google skills I’m pretty sure it’s a Field Cricket or Southern Field Cricket. Please feel free to correct if you know more…
All day and all night, the frogs and/or toads of this small pond in Serramitja share gossip within a cacophony of conversation:
(if you recognise the animal in this recording please let me know)
Spring time in Serramitja and the bees are busy bumbling in the blossom:
Nightime in this part of the French Pyrenees is filled with many conversations between these small frogs that I am told by our host are known locally as Les Grenouilles Sonore…
Yes! Amazing! Mammals communicating with their quills. Super cool!!!