Posts Tagged: enrico coniglio

LCNL 057: Enrico Coniglio presents “Buon compleanno bambina morta”

 Enrico Coniglio (guitarist, field-recordist, dronegazer, manifesto-writer, one-half of Lemures, and co-founder of the Galaverna  label) has already produced a few great mixes for us over the years (03, 37) so I was happy to receive this unexpected gift, an all-vinyl set

LCNL 057: Enrico Coniglio presents “Buon compleanno bambina morta”

 Enrico Coniglio (guitarist, field-recordist, dronegazer, manifesto-writer, one-half of Lemures, and co-founder of the Galaverna  label) has already produced a few great mixes for us over the years (03, 37) so I was happy to receive this unexpected gift, an all-vinyl set

Various Artists ~ Italian Resonances: Dronegazers?

      Dronegazing? The punctuation is really crucial here, and the emphasis on resonances is not to be understated. I appreciate the importance of labels in building and sustaining communities, but like many of us I also chafe at

Various Artists ~ Italian Resonances: Dronegazers?

      Dronegazing? The punctuation is really crucial here, and the emphasis on resonances is not to be understated. I appreciate the importance of labels in building and sustaining communities, but like many of us I also chafe at

Sound Propositions 07: Lemures (Enrico Coniglio + Giovanni Lami)

    A CLOSER LISTEN was honored to have published a translation of sound artist Enrico Coniglio’s noWHere manifesto. Coniglio described his manifesto to me as:  Just a small initiative, trying to clarify / provoke the “world of live electronics.”  Too many

Sound Propositions 07: Lemures (Enrico Coniglio + Giovanni Lami)

    A CLOSER LISTEN was honored to have published a translation of sound artist Enrico Coniglio’s noWHere manifesto. Coniglio described his manifesto to me as:  Just a small initiative, trying to clarify / provoke the “world of live electronics.”  Too many

Sound Propositions: Enrico Coniglio’s noWHere Manifesto

In December of 2012, the Italian sound artist Enrico Coniglio published noWHere – ideale manifesto per sound artists, an old-fashioned  manifesto articulating a set of core values about how we as artists should approach “live electronics.”  Below you’ll find my

Sound Propositions: Enrico Coniglio’s noWHere Manifesto

In December of 2012, the Italian sound artist Enrico Coniglio published noWHere – ideale manifesto per sound artists, an old-fashioned  manifesto articulating a set of core values about how we as artists should approach “live electronics.”  Below you’ll find my

A Taâlem Trio

Taâlem’s latest batch of CD3″s arrived at the end of the year, but all are suitable for winter.  Tone Color‘s entry is cool and sleepy like a long hibernation; Øe (Fabio Perletta) and Enrico Coniglio’s is cold and dry like Antarctic wind;

A Taâlem Trio

Taâlem’s latest batch of CD3″s arrived at the end of the year, but all are suitable for winter.  Tone Color‘s entry is cool and sleepy like a long hibernation; Øe (Fabio Perletta) and Enrico Coniglio’s is cold and dry like Antarctic wind;

TODTNAUBERG: a closer listen compilation v. 1

After much delay, we are pleased to announce the release of A CLOSER LISTEN’s debut compilation, TODTNAUBERG.  (If you are wondering, the title does indeed come from the poem by Paul Celan.)  Volume 2 should be out in the spring,

TODTNAUBERG: a closer listen compilation v. 1

After much delay, we are pleased to announce the release of A CLOSER LISTEN’s debut compilation, TODTNAUBERG.  (If you are wondering, the title does indeed come from the poem by Paul Celan.)  Volume 2 should be out in the spring,

LCNL 037: Enrico Coniglio presents ‘The Sobs of the Violins’

Photo by Donato Gagliano LCNL 037: Enrico Coniglio Enrico Coniglio created the first mix for A CLOSER LISTEN almost two years ago, and we’re honored to welcome him back to wrap up 2013 for us with ‘The Sobs of the

LCNL 037: Enrico Coniglio presents ‘The Sobs of the Violins’

Photo by Donato Gagliano LCNL 037: Enrico Coniglio Enrico Coniglio created the first mix for A CLOSER LISTEN almost two years ago, and we’re honored to welcome him back to wrap up 2013 for us with ‘The Sobs of the