About

Coordinated Universal Time is a sonic collage of foxfire-side readings, thinking machines, disembodied conversations, music we found in this world or made in another. Deep time reverberations and field recordings from the front lines of a future held in common. An aural zine hand-pasted and neural-networked by solar golems from the 23rd century, still quickening in the coals of the present: a podcast for now.




Etymology

From the Wikipedia entry on Coordinated Universal Time:

The official abbreviation for Coordinated Universal Time is UTC. This abbreviation arose from a desire by the International Telecommunication Union and the International Astronomical Union to use the same abbreviation in all languages. English speakers originally proposed CUT (for “coordinated universal time”), while French speakers proposed TUC (for “temps universel coordonné”). The compromise that emerged was UTC, which conforms to the pattern for the abbreviations of the variants of Universal Time (UT0, UT1, UT2, UT1R, etc.).




Origins

See our first blog post for a run down of one of the podcast origin threads.




Tools & Technology

Sound

Website

Operations




Makers

We are distributed over no less than one two three four timezones accross Earth. Feels kinda awk to link ourselves since identity is an illusion we have become something of a hive mind but whatevs. In @lphabetical: