Sounds (LumiPhon Records)

LumiPhon Records is the Sound Art, Sound Design, and Experimental Music production studio of LumiPhon Studios, created by Jeremy Santiago-Horseman (JS-Horseman). LumiPhon Records emphasizes the medium of tape recording methods, combining experimental microphone recording, modular synthesizer, and instrumental/orchestral composition. The original, multivalent compositions of LumiPhon Records have manifested as sound installation art works, vinyl record projects, film scores, and collaborations/ performances with other artists and musicians.

More sound works and musical compositions by JS-Horseman/LumiPhon Records can be explored and purchased at:

https://lumiphonstudios.bandcamp.com/releases

and

https://js-horseman.bandcamp.com

The Professor Meets a Deranged Homeless Man, Excerpt from Agatha, Original Motion Picture soundtrack

AGATHA FilmStill 03

Image Still from Agatha, directed by Roland Becerra and Kelly Becerra ©SoMuch Pictures

I, 12 Electronic Drawings 

Synthesizer and Tape

 

21 Points of Contact, Pluck the Green Fields

Synthesizer, Tape, Microphone Recordings

 

UMzVUvs, Vowel Spaces

Synthesizer, Tape, Digital Manipulations, Microphone Recordings, Voice

Tenor: Robert Dunlap

Vii, 12 Electronic Drawings for Tape

Synthesizer and Tape

ם (b)OOEEEE(m)ב, Vowel Spaces

Synthesizer, Digital Manipulations, Microphone Recordings

Uriel Listened in on Fake News, Pluck The Green Fields

Synthesizer, Tape, Microphone Recordings

The Bells, Window Songs

Synthesizer, Tape, Digital Manipulations, Microphone Recordings

Swivel, Window Songs

Synthesizer, Tape, Digital Manipulations, Microphone Recordings

Letters; From Boris Pasternak’s Poem, Ветер( Wind), Blue Window

Synthesizer, Tape, Digital Manipulations, Microphone Recordings, Voice, Violin

Collaboration with Vocalist Lera Borisova

Violin: Shelby Dems

Fugue, Pluck the Green Fields

Synthesizer, Tape

Collisions, I,II

Violin, Viola, Cello, Soprano, Tenor

Performed and Recorded Live in Crouse Hall, Setnor School of Music, and part of Sound Installation, “Wolf”, installed at Syracuse University.

Violin: Dylan Jackson

Viola: Sara Potcsny

Cello: Anouk Lenormand

Soprano: Kirstin Marsh

Tenor: Robert Dunlap

©JSHorseman, 2020