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INDPORT is a split field recording by Daniel Kordík and Tobiáš Potočný.

INDPORT explores Portuguese India, a colonial state of the Portuguese Empire that formed in 1505 after the discovery of a sea route between Portugal and India, lasting until 1961 when Portugal lost its control and the state was taken by India. Portuguese India stretched along the western coast of India and covered territories like Kerala, Goa and Mumbai.

INDPORT draws attention to two separate sonic territories that for over four centuries shared a single audible space. Whilst today it is no longer possible to reproduce the authentic sounds of the colonial era and recreate them in the way the sailors and merchants would have experienced them then, Kordík and Potočný choose to lay the two separate sonic terrains side by side once more allowing their present day frequencies resonate in tandem. Their field recordings stimulate today’s global ear and draw the listener into the territory of new imaginary explorations.


released November 14, 2014

Recorded by Daniel Kordík at various locations across India in
December 2012 and January 2013
Equipment used: Roland R-26
Locations: Kochi - Mumbai - Chennai - Puducherry - Madurai - Varkala
- Wayanad and various roads in between

Recorded by Tobiáš Potočný during two road trips across Portugal in
January 2009 and July 2013.
Equipment used: Edirol R-44 + Rode NT-4, Nagra ARES-P
Locations/Lugares: Vila do Conde - Guimarães - Coimbra - Lisboa -
Lagos - Milfontes - Porto Covo

Cover photo by Peter Homola
Fields series design by Jozef Tušan

Mastering by Jonáš Gruska and ::.: at Lunar Mastering
Released by LOM as LOMF01 in "Fields" edition

This release was supported by Intenda Foundation




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