Sunday, 22 April 2012

Featured on the Bang the Bore "Missing Nothing" compilation!


Missing Nothing is Bang the Bore’s first fundraiser compilation, a 6cdr behemoth featuring music donated by John Butcher, Alvin Lucier, Astral Social Club, Mark Sanders, The A Band, Ashtray Navigations, Bolide and many, many more.
Also includes my collaboration with Hákarl entitled "Some Members of Our Church Family".

The Dichotomy of Self / The Atomicism of Sound


New album available now on Bandcamp.
7 tracks of contemporary classical, electronics, field recordings and drones. Recently described by Vital Weekly as "quite enjoyable".
Features the amazing John Guzek (http://www.guzektrio.com/), Colin Tully (http://www.celticjazzrecords.com/) and Kevin Nickells (http://soundcloud.com/hakarl).

Tuesday, 13 September 2011

Upcoming works

A few things in preparation -

The debut 7" by the art collective 'Some Cartographers', to be released on Lynched recordings (http://lynchedrecordings.com/), under the guidance of the wonderful Johny Lamb, aka 'Thirty pounds of bone'.

A new collaborative piece with 'Hákarl', to be released on the LF records label (http://lfrecords.autmusic.com/).

Wednesday, 1 June 2011

Soundwaves Festival

Remix of an older film to a new headphone composition "There is no more firmament", featured in the Brighton Soundwaves festival.
One violin part is recorded, then re-recorded at half the speed and half the length. This in turn is halved, then halved again. The results are over-layed upon each other to create a cacophony.

There is no Firmament from Daniel Alexander Hignell on Vimeo.

Thursday, 10 March 2011

New live recording

Live at Elms: New work for rhythm sequencer, analog modeling synth and Petula Clark record. Live Feb 2011.

live@elms by danielalexanderhignell

Saturday, 29 January 2011

Soundscape Study 001 released

New album, recordings of small villages in Scotland and France. Out now on Triple Bath



Track B02, recorded on the island of Barra, Scotland.


Track F01, recorded in the village of Fitou, France.