NEoN Digital Arts Archive

Tree growing next to a ruined building


Andrew Wasylyk


Andrew Wasylyk (the alias of Scottish writer, producer and multi-instrumentalist, Andrew Mitchell) invites the listener to explore the city through sound. Six selected architectural sites, or, open spaces, have inspired a series of vignettes echoing the materials, everyday use and romanticised memories of a landscape considerably changed through the decades. From the celebrated to the forgotten, the melancholic to the uplifting, the ambient to the hypnotic, Wasylyk’s soundtrack asks the nostalgist in us all to consider an alternative view of his hometown of Dundee.

The tracks and sites will be released for a two week period. Download to your mobile device, don a set of headphones and journey the streets of Dundee, where the buildings and spaces sing.
Runtime: Around 45 minutes, depending on your own pace.

This piece has been devised to complement Dundee City’s Light Nights, Festival of Architecture 2016 Finale, taking place 18-19 November.

Instructions for downloading:

Option 1: Stream
– Follow Link and stream tracks.

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– Enter ‘£0.00’, then choose ‘download this content for free and add Email address etc.
– Follow the link in the confirmation email in your Inbox and download it to iTunes Library.

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– Enter ‘£0.50’, then ‘check out’ and proceed with payment via Paypal / card.
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Image ©Joseph McKenzie Archive reproduced by kind permission.