This song takes its name from a small channel through the island of Caye Caulker appropriately named The Split. The water rushes through this small opening with a strong steady current, which makes it a favourite swimming spot for locals. Some just ride the current, while others use it as a sort of aquatic resistance training. Continue reading “The Making of Belizean Heat: Part 4 – The Split”
The Making of Belizean Heat: Part 3 – Wind Dancer
The Making of Belizean Heat: Part 2 – Hol Chan
The Making of Belizean Heat: Part 1 – Ella’s Garden
Belizean Heat Out Now!
I’m excited to share my latest album, Belizean Heat! It features nine songs that are each built around field recordings gathered during a short visit to Belize I took in 2015. If you listen closely, you’ll hear birds, crickets, underwater reef crackling, and a persnickety naval radio. One of my favourite recordings was of a massive colony of grackles. Continue reading “Belizean Heat Out Now!”