Tom Vater

Tom Vater

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Posts tagged world music

My catalogue of field recordings from Asia at The British Library.

Between 1995 and 2004 I recorded several hundred hours of music and sounds from Asia for The British Library’s National Sound Archive – material from Thailand, Laos, Cambodia, The Philippines, Indonesia, Vietnam, Pakistan, India and Nepal. I recorded mostly the music of minorities and musicians in remote rural locations. I released several CD collections of […]

On the Road to RocknRoll – With the Cambodian Space Project

The Cambodian Space Project, a rock band cum music-collective based in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, are preparing their multicultural act for export. The band, founded a year ago by Australian guitar player and musical director Julian Poulson and Khmer chanteuse Srey Thy, have played a couple of hundred shows around Cambodia, recorded an album, toured Hong […]