Category Archives: Science

NYZ – Unknowable Determinism

I wrote a blurb for the new album Unknowable Determinism by NYZ (Dave Burraston). The album comprises tracks made from 2013 to 2016, marking a significant new direction for NYZ, based on an original approach to mapping between cellular automata … Continue reading

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A FIDS MONITOR

This is an album released last year, but which I didn’t write about on this blog. So here’s a belated bit about it. Like much of my recent work, A FIDS MONITOR is based on sonification of data. This is … Continue reading

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Railways and Reading

Since starting a job in Leicester six months ago, I’ve been travelling to work by rail. On the return journey, the railway follows the river Soar going North out of Leicester all the way up to Ratcliffe, then takes a … Continue reading

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