Little Moth - Live from Bell Labs Anechoic Chamber

ReleaseD May 11th, 2018

'Little Moth' recorded in the World's quietest room & beamed into Space via the Big Bang Horn

‘Little Moth’ by Beatie Wolfe was recorded in the Nokia Bell Labs Anechoic Chamber (once the quietest room in the world) described by one New York Times journalist as “unplugged x 1000” 

This live track of Wolfe’s, written in tribute to Elliott Smith, was then beamed into Space via the Horn that proved the Big Bang and with the Nobel prize winning scientist making the first update to the Horn in 50yrs (classified a National History Landmark) to make it happen. The idea being that for the first time, the rawest sound would enter the rawest space, as a statement of our humanity at a time of increased auto-tuning, airbrushing, AI etc

Track CreditS

Vocals, Guitar, Producer, Songwriter - Beatie Wolfe
Engineer - Mark Fiore
Mixed - Tom Loffman
Mastered by - Soundwell

Distributed By - AWAL (Kobalt)
Copyright (c) - Beatie Wolfe
Phonographic Copyright (p) - Beatie Wolfe
Recorded - Nokia Bell Labs Anechoic Chamber