Zine №5: SOUND


As the pandemic progresses, Soupbone has been spending more and more time in recorded soundscapes. We have been modulating the sounds that surround us to be more productive and also to relax. We’ve been questioning our relationship to noise, and our own taste in music. What does it mean for sound to be good or bad and who gets to decide? How does music make us feel? How are our relationships with ourselves and others shaped by sound? This winter, we listen closer to the sounds around us as we analyze our relationships to noise, music, silence, and listening. We invite you to listen with us.

Published November 2021 | Edited by Thalia Taylor and Clark Gudas


Contents:

Ode to the Slack Knock-Brush by Calla Norman


Listen by Genevieve Marvin


What Epicurus Doesn’t Know and Ever After by H.Z.


Brahms’ Second Violin Sonata performed by Cindy Liu and Calvin Liu

It sounds lovely, but what is it? by Phoebe Pan

RECORD COLLECTION by Thalia Taylor

I Won’t Tell Anyone You Like Pitchfork by Anushka Sen

Tackling the Void: Songs to Help You Face Your Feelings by Maddy Klein

Circling Back to “Alternative R&B” by Damon Pham

“How Will I Know / if History Repeats Itself?”—Bending Time with Lucy Dacus’ Home Video by Margaret Schnabel





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