we left our traces on bouvet island by elizabeth Veldon and the Noisettes, released 06 May 2015 1. elizabeth Veldon - we left our traces on bouvet island 2. The Noisettes - the boat that quit the modern world this album concerns the mystery surrounding the finding of an abandoned lifeboat, one oar and a flattened floatation tank on the most remote landmass in the world, bouvet island in the antarctic ocean no one has been able to explain the presence of the boat or what happened to the crew. two pdfs about both the mystery and the island are included in the download of this album. this album concerns the mystery surrounding the finding of an abandoned lifeboat, one oar and a flattened floatation tank on the most remote landmass in the world, bouvet island in the antarctic ocean. no one has been able to explain the presence of the boat or what happened to the crew.
Members: Joy Von Spain, Perspex. elizabeth Veldon, The Noisettes - We Left Our Traces On Bouvet Island (2xFile, MP3, Album, 320). Not On Label (elizabeth Veldon Self-released). Singles & EPs. none. 50 Million, The Noisettes.
Elizabeth Veldon (7 Albums, 7 Tracks). TAGGED AS: elizabeth veldon. Also Featured In: Album. Classwar Karaoke - 0020 Survey. 42. Elizabeth Veldon - The Early Christian Communities Refused the Phallic Symbol of the Crucifix (06:30).
i'm a Noise artist working with primarily with found sound, feedback tones and sine waves. 1 January at 12:21 ·. elizabethveldon. a night in winter (part 2), by elizabeth veldon.
Elizabeth Veldon is a (sometime Harsh) Noise Artist who is influenced by Abstract Art, Minimalism and the Avant Guards as much as by the pull of fucking loud noises. Her music is not meant to be taken too seriously but is sometimes deadly serious. Elizabeth has been making music in one form or another for over five years and has moved from early Tape Music and processed guitars towards using found sound, samples, loops and sine waves.
Bouvet Island is the most isolated uninhabited place on Earth. When people say out in the middle of nowhere about an area where they could potentially walk to civilization, they are not thinking of Bouvet Island. Imagine a place that is nearly covered in ice and surrounded by the coldest ocean in the world and you would have a good idea of what Bouvet Island is like. Only the most adventurous travelers visit Bouvet Island and only a very unfortunate soul would wind up there in a lifeboat, unless it was a landing craft. Did he camp, but have the traces of his stay later wiped out by the weather? There are just too many unanswerable questions regarding the mysterious lifeboat of Bouvet Island.
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|1||–elizabeth Veldon||We Left Our Traces On Bouvet Island||50:00|
|2||–The Noisettes||The Boat That Quit The Modern World||49:23|