Amazing Burning Man audio journey through 2014!!!

This is amazing.

For the second year in a row BMIR station manager J Kanizzle and Jex of Subatomica have been taking field recordings of every live sound at Burning Man – from wind and bikes to construction, conversation, and live music – and putting them together into an “audible journey” through the past year’s Black Rock City.

Then they give it give it away as a free download.

Check.  It.  Out.  It’s riveting.

(And yeah, that is my voice, now that you mention it.  These bastards catch EVERYTHING.)

THANK YOU JOSH AND JEX!

 

About the author: Caveat Magister

Caveat Magister

A member of the Burning Man Project's Philosophical Center, Caveat served as the Volunteer Coordinator for Media Mecca from 2008 - 2013. He is presently working with Burning Man's education department on a cultural studies curriculum for Burning Man culture. Caveat is the author of the short story collection A Guide to Bars and Nightlife in the Sacred City, which has nothing to do with Burning Man. He has finally got his email address caveat (at) burningman (dot) org working again. He tweets, occasionally, as @BenjaminWachs

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  • My two cents says:

    This is the post I’ve been waiting for.
    Burning Man is a lot of different things to a lot of different people. To me, it’s about the art. It always has been.
    I don’t care about plug and play camps and EDM music and if there are bro’s or techies or sparkle ponies… I don’t get caught up in the politics or the debates. I do, however, follow the 10 principles religiously.
    For me, $380 a ticket is well worth the infrastructure that enables me to spend 7 days immersing self and experiencing mind blowing art of all kinds that inspires me and infuses me all year long.
    I know people who spend more than that one one night out or on one concert.
    That’s my story. I can’t wait to be home.

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    • blbpdsusa says:

      Fascinating & informative post, thx much.
      50 yrs old, this will be my first burn. You can read so much about this event and come away with a million “takes”. But at the end of the day, experiencing your comment , mytwocents, is what I look forward to the most.

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  • Maria says:

    I also had a wax treatment, but with my eyerbows. It was painful at first, but after a few minutes I could finally handle it. It was definitely worth it and I might try it again later! I love all your comics and I look forward to reading another.

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