The norwegian audioartist Espen Jerve has under the moniker "The Cochlea Shivers" compilated a series of 20 soundscapes.
Working from a historical perspective on the use of sound objects within a form of 'music': The music is created by means of Musique Concrète, as he is interested in the idea of manipulating sounds as tangible objects,- as well as to make audible links to plunderphonics, Elektronische Musik and noise based compositions.
Inspired by atmosphere and structures, drawings and colors and moving pictures, "The Cochlea Shivers" creates electronic soundscapes:
"Excess, Accents & Accidents" is a sonic experimentation in new improvisation with technology, which results in computer mediated digital audio with a cold digital sound as well as containing organic elements. This interaction between sounds and the ways they are transfigured over time is thought of as eavesdropping on different material, both alive and digital.
Visual ideas are represented through iterative tics, the techniques of digital corrosion and manipulation, and the subtle distortions and digitally knotted re-sampling techniques...