Posts Tagged: musique concrete

Francisco López ~ untitled#281

Untitled #281 was created by extreme mutation and evolution of bird calls from original recordings carried out over a period of fifteen years (1995-2010) in multiple wilderness locations of Australia, New Zealand, Brazil, Spain, South Africa, Costa Rica, Mexico, and

Francisco López ~ untitled#281

Untitled #281 was created by extreme mutation and evolution of bird calls from original recordings carried out over a period of fifteen years (1995-2010) in multiple wilderness locations of Australia, New Zealand, Brazil, Spain, South Africa, Costa Rica, Mexico, and

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

Nicola Ratti ~ Ossario (Volumes I and II)

The way I work lately is focused on a live improvisation approach. Streengs is my first solo work where I practiced that way of playing. It is a work made by a single concept and the same set of instruments

Nicola Ratti ~ Ossario (Volumes I and II)

The way I work lately is focused on a live improvisation approach. Streengs is my first solo work where I practiced that way of playing. It is a work made by a single concept and the same set of instruments

Gisèle Ricard ~ Électroacoustique (1980-1987)

The history of experimental music in Quebec is quite interesting.  In part because it is the homeland of French speakers in North America, la belle province has maintained closer aesthetic ties to  the Old World.  It’s not surprising that the

Gisèle Ricard ~ Électroacoustique (1980-1987)

The history of experimental music in Quebec is quite interesting.  In part because it is the homeland of French speakers in North America, la belle province has maintained closer aesthetic ties to  the Old World.  It’s not surprising that the

A Closer Look: Montreal’s AKOUSMA Festival

Québec has  long nurtured creative and  experimental arts & music. The Québécois are something of an historical anomaly, an island of Francophones adrift in a sea Anglophones.  This fact, combined with its relative geographic isolation and the paradox of containing the

A Closer Look: Montreal’s AKOUSMA Festival

Québec has  long nurtured creative and  experimental arts & music. The Québécois are something of an historical anomaly, an island of Francophones adrift in a sea Anglophones.  This fact, combined with its relative geographic isolation and the paradox of containing the

Interview: Francisco Lopez

  This short interview took place just before the start of the 2012 edition of the AKOUSMA festival of electroacoustic music in Montreal.  I hoped it would give added context to the performance, and indeed it did.  My review of

Interview: Francisco Lopez

  This short interview took place just before the start of the 2012 edition of the AKOUSMA festival of electroacoustic music in Montreal.  I hoped it would give added context to the performance, and indeed it did.  My review of

LCNL 012: SEC_ Mix (part two)

LCNL 012: SEC_ Mix (part two) Based in Naples, Italy, SEC_ combines music that reflects the darker, more chaotic side of this Mediterranean seaport. SEC_’s aesthetic practice is deeply personal and his technique and focus are inspiring. This mix showcases

LCNL 012: SEC_ Mix (part two)

LCNL 012: SEC_ Mix (part two) Based in Naples, Italy, SEC_ combines music that reflects the darker, more chaotic side of this Mediterranean seaport. SEC_’s aesthetic practice is deeply personal and his technique and focus are inspiring. This mix showcases