This episode is Funayūrei 3. Longest of the series at almost ten minutes. The film had a few stages of completion as it worked to become an extensive excavation of the life of bees and coordinates the narrative carried from the second through the third.
This episode starts addressing the films and how they evolved the way John saw the music. The coincidences of construction keep building onto this new narrative, creating ripples in how everyone can interpret the work.
You have to start somewhere. Seems a guitar feed was the best way for The White Whale to make an entrance. Stay tuned for more episodes shortly.
A place of audio. A place of ideas. The White Whale is a podcast collective of mixtape journalism, long-form documentary, fiction, and sound experimentation. Find us wherever you listen to podcasts, including iTunes, Soundcloud, Google Play, and Stitcher. Be sure to follow us on Twitter and Facebook! Brought to you by CyNar Pictures; a multimedia lab experimenting with image and sound that also releases music via American Residue Records. We try to do things as they are not supposed to be done.