The sound for today is a close mic'd recording of our kettle in the kitchen. My wife and I have recently been exploring all kinds of tea and the kettle is of course essential to that.
The soundscape captured here is quite complex and morphs continually as the water starts heating up it sounds almost crispy and then dulls down and finally you can hear it bubble up. As the kettle switches off the sound changes once more and you can hear some very delicate details in that last part.
As simple as this recording may have been, this sound nevertheless is a really great bass for all kinds of material. I already tried some stretching, reversing and applying some weird filter plug-ins to this and it sounds amazing! I might post some examples of using this sound as a starting point for some crazy sci-fi stuff another time.