Posts Tagged: enrico coniglio

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

My Home, Sinking ~ My Home, Sinking

Supergroup alert!  When Enrico Coniglio decided to record a new type of album, he didn’t want to go it alone.  In 2011, he released a track titled “The Void”, which appeared on Wire Tapper 26 under his own name.  That track launches My Home, Sinking,

My Home, Sinking ~ My Home, Sinking

Supergroup alert!  When Enrico Coniglio decided to record a new type of album, he didn’t want to go it alone.  In 2011, he released a track titled “The Void”, which appeared on Wire Tapper 26 under his own name.  That track launches My Home, Sinking,

ACL 2012: Guest Lists Part II

The second installment of our guest list series comes from artists who have contributed to our mix series, or that were interviewed for my  column Sound Propositions.  Like Joe Cocker here, we get by with a little help from our

ACL 2012: Guest Lists Part II

The second installment of our guest list series comes from artists who have contributed to our mix series, or that were interviewed for my  column Sound Propositions.  Like Joe Cocker here, we get by with a little help from our