Corruttela – Corruttela

Corruttela – Corruttela
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Corruttela

“Corruttela”

Corruttela is an Italian side-project rising from the artistic connection of Emiliano Pietrini (Globoscuro) + Edoardo Pistolesi Somigli (Edø Pistø Sømi) with the aim of exploring new sound potentialities through a 4-hands compositional approach in which the two artistic personalities are giving birth to a renovated concept, in which electronic and analogue ambient refined flows are walking arm in arm, and melt in a psychedelic and concrete “harmonious disharmony”. The 4 tracks in this first work are characterized by a heterogeneous homogeneity, mainly based on the alchemic fusion of electronic sounds intertwining with smart piano-esque bleeps, gusts of concrete noise, irrational wooden percussions, synthesizers and theremin that walk together with different kind of steps but in a stubbornly common direction. Paradoxically the panorama that opens up raves geometrically outlined visions, it is a sort of sonic poem without words which leads on a corridor with many doors and many entrances that revolve around the different cardinal points of a common caothic universe.
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BERTHELOT – Principe d’incertitude des espaces imperceptibles

BERTHELOT – Principe d’incertitude des espaces imperceptibles
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BERTHELOT

“Principe d’incertitude des espaces imperceptibles”

Composed of modulated quantum capsules, this album analyzes the principle of uncertainty, or, more correctly, the principle of indeterminacy of Heisenberg, under the meta-sonic influence of Berthelot’s theorem on the curvature of imperceptible spaces.

In quantum mechanics, the precise value of a particle’s physical parameters, such as its position or velocity, is not determined until it is measured. A quantum object could therefore be “in several places at the same time” (this is what my neighbor Schrödinger says about his cat, but I think he is using too much wine from the Loire Valley).
But this paradox is only apparent because classical scalar magnitudes are insufficient to describe quantum reality.
We then use the sound wave functions of Berthelot’s theorem, modular vectors that demonstrate that the uncertainty principle invariably leads to imperceptible spaces of infinite dimensions.

If the principle of indeterminacy of Heisenberg is a quantum reality, Berthelot’s theorem is not one.
Only the meta-sound analysis of this album remains, consisting mainly of analogically tangible and numerically virtual electronic structures.
Listening with good quality non-quantum headphones is recommended.

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Xavier Mussat – Provided for Courses

Xavier Mussat – Provided for Courses
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Xavier Mussat

“Provided for Courses”

After 5 years spent exploring improvised and noise guitar, Xavier Mussat opened a parenthesis without his usual instrument. He recorded abstract sound ambiances to be used as background sounds to accompany the work of his students during the intuitive drawing classes he gives. Here simplicity prevailed : he used the cheap internal microphone of his computer and several objects (bowls, balls, crumpled paper, table, and finally a hint of prepared banjo), as well as remixed sounds taken from videos of snowy landscapes. Experimenting with the austerity of a minimalist aesthetic, he extracted 4 tracks from these raw textures and materials.
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Federico Schumacher – Lo Inquietante

Federico Schumacher – Lo Inquietante
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Federico Schumacher

“Lo Inquietante”

(The Acousmatic Musical Experience & The Uncanny)
Federico Schumacher Ratti (Editor)By Miguel Vera-Cifras.

The work we are presenting today is part of a process of research, creation and listening carried out by a team of researchers, collaborators, and auditors, under the direction of the faculty of Psychology at the Universidad Diego Portales. An initiative that involved numerous people, including those who ultimately worked on the final design of the written document, its translation into English, and on the features that extend this process beyond the text.

This represents an interdisciplinary work, published under a Creative Commons license, whose hybrid imprint includes a book, a recording, and a web presence. Three channels of action and circulation mutually nourish one other. A printed book, also in PDF digital version. A CD featuring the musical creation entitled “Lo Inquietante” (The Uncanny) by Federico Schumacher, who also serves as a researcher and editor of the book. And, finally, a playlist of acousmatic musical pieces by the same author, uploaded to the Pueblo Nuevo website, where they can be visited in a manner that is personalized and free. Hence, there are three ways in which the reader, listener and navigator are summoned jointly to read, listen and participate, either by introducing themselves to the theoretical discussions, by listening to the accompanying musical creation, or by immersing themselves freely in the playlist that extends the format of the book to unprecedented reconfigurations yet to come…

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Miquel Parera – TEFE025 | The Stone House of the Minairons

Miquel Parera – TEFE025 | The Stone House of the Minairons
[TEFE025]

Miquel Parera

“TEFE025 | The Stone House of the Minairons”

Title: TEFE025 | The Stone House of the Minairons.
Author: Miquel Parera.Gralla: Giovanna Parera.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gralla_(instrument)

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Tracks:

01-The Aloja who sang to me in the Lake – TEFE-25-2019-04-07-08-55-36 – 00:03:45.14
02-I played Chess with a Bubota – TEFE-25-2019-04-07-09-00-51 – 00:03:24.34
03-The Cocollona flies with the Full Moon – TEFE-25-2019-04-07-09-04-46 – 00:04:26.75
04-I’ve been Bitten by a Dip! – TEFE-25-2019-04-07-09-11-32 – 00:04:11.89
05-The Cult of Marraco – TEFE-25-2019-04-07-09-18-02 – 00:06:30.84
06-Trip to Iltirta- TEFE-25-2019-04-07-09-24-55 – 00:03:28.79
07-Pesanta does not let me Breathe – TEFE-25-2019-04-07-16-09-13 – 00:05:38.08
08-The Birth of the Tombatossals during the Storm – TEFE-25-2019-04-07-16-17-03 – 00:07:08.73
09-Will you remind me if I Kill the Víbria?- TEFE-25-2019-04-07-16-25-17 – 00:02:30.84

Total time: 00:41:05.40

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About The Eternal Feedback of Existence:

It is an acousmatic diary. With the samples and images of each day an instrument for livecoding improvisation is built.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Acousmatic_sound
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Live_coding

Some releases are collaborations:

TEFE025 | The Stone House of the Minairons (Gralla: Giovanna Parera)
TEFE014 | Piano Keys Inside the Quarks (Piano: José Guillén)
TEFE012 | The Flute that Sounds in the Center of the Universe (Flute: Javi)

If you play an instrument or have a group and you want your samples to be chopped, abused and mixed with noises and screams, you can send them to: theeternalfeedbackofexistence@gmail.com

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Open Source Music:

You can download the source code, the samples and the images on:
https://archive.org/details/TEFE025Source

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Bandcamp: https://tefe.bandcamp.com/

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#electronica #idm #glitch #breakcore #experimental #acousmatic #algorithmic #gralla
#electronica,#idm,#glitch,#breakcore,#experimental,#acousmatic,#algorithmic,#gralla

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Attribution — You must give appropriate credit, provide a link to the license, and indicate if changes were made. You may do so in any reasonable manner, but not in any way that suggests the licensor endorses you or your use.

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Anastasia Vronski – Estrangements (Volume 2)

Anastasia Vronski – Estrangements (Volume 2)
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Anastasia Vronski

“Estrangements (Volume 2)”

Anastasia Vronski is a versatile experimental musician from Perm, Russia. Since years she has been creating an impressive and quite diverse body of work. Many of her tracks can be classified as “drone “or “noise”, but they always have a specific, often intriguing qualities. Above all, she’s not an artist who will do the same twice, and maybe that’s why some of her pieces are sometimes published separately. Since we thought many of them deserved more exposure, we decided to make a selection of such works in a compilation album : Estrangements, published in two volumes. While first one consisted of 4 minimal conceptual pieces, second one is made of 10 shorter tracks focusing on mysterious ambiances and dense sound textures. One of them, “the pack” wasn’t published before and was made specially for this compilation. The selection of tracks was made by the artist and the label, trying to make the compilation as cohesive as possible. We hope it will make you curious to discover more works from her.
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VVAA – Divertimento al Amanecer

VVAA – Divertimento al Amanecer
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VVAA

“Divertimento al Amanecer”

“Divertimento al Amanecer”
José Vicente Asuar RemixesElectronic music by José Vicente Asuar has influenced several generations of composers, both within the realm of electroacoustic music and other genres using technology as a means, ranging from techno to hip-hop, the latter at least in Chile. This has been proven, especially in recent years, with the growing rediscovery of his figure and work and his definitive positioning in the musical spectrum via academic writings and , especially, his complete electroacoustic oeuvre release (“Obra Electroacústica” / pncd08 / Pueblo Nuevo 2011) and Variaciones Espectrales documentary, by Carlos Lértora (2013).Therefore, and after several tributes due to Asuar’s death in January 2017, we wanted to carry out a new tribute, this time inviting the entire community to revisit the electronic body of work of the Chilean pioneer.

We have got together two perspectives, two schools: the electroacoustic one, which creates new pieces up from short sounds or sections from pieces by the honouree; the other one, in the vein of remix and sampling, also creates from the same sources, generating new works or tracks located in techno, ambient, hip-hop, and other related aesthetics.

In this deconstructive exercise, which we have called Divertimento al Amanecer, the pieces to work with were, precisely, Divertimento (1967) and Amanecer (1977).

The restriction was the use of one piece as an only source for a version, remix, etc., not merging both pieces into a single new one. Each author had to choose one or another work to participate, since the result of this call would be organized into a two-part compilation (sides A and B, corresponding to one of the two pieces each), participants were required to concentrate their efforts into on of the options.

About Asuar original works:

Divertimento “is a piece with great dynamism and speed, full of very elaborated articulations which are constructing the musical discourse with its structural and spectro-morphological richness, that due to its great fluidity, organic liveliness and contrasts that could be said to have a certain baroque character. Something amazing at the same time are rough textures got by modulations and high-speed iterations, that somehow anticipate the birth of granular synthesis and could be related with some moments of works by later authors like Curtis Roads. This work would get the first prize of the Dartmouth Electronic Music International contest, USA, 1970” (Albornoz 2017).

On the other hand, Amanecer is a piece labeled by Asuar as impressionistic, “in the sense of trying to describe, by musical means, the sensations or impressions that the author has about some natural event. In this case it is about sleeping nature that little by little it begins to revive until arriving at a final dance full of life and energy” (Asuar 1989). From a certain point of view, we could say that it is a contemplative work, close to ambient.

Call for works was so successful we were forced to go through a long, steady listening task in order to get the final pace for this release; thus, it presents a wide collection of works inspired by, quoting and appropriating the sound materials straightforwardly, nourished by the expresive and adventurous spirit of José Vicente Asuar. We hope they interest, inspire, and and become sources of enjoyment for all.

Alejandro Albornoz
(Valle Hermoso, La Ligua, Chile, Marzo / March 2019)

(*) Albornoz, A. (2017) “Asuar: diez obras electroacústicas. Una breve reseña” (Unpublished).

(**) Asuar, J. (1989) “Música Electroacústica, José Vicente Asuar, Compositor Chileno” [Cassette] Santiago de Chile: Santiago Vera Producciones.

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Miquel Parera – TEFE023 | Pluripotential Laundry

Miquel Parera – TEFE023 | Pluripotential Laundry
[TEFE023]

Miquel Parera

“TEFE023 | Pluripotential Laundry”

Title: TEFE023 | Pluripotential Laundry.
Author: Miquel Parera.Tracks:
  • 01-Paths to Leg Breaks – TEFE-23-2019-03-24-08-29-53 – 00:02:37.52
  • 02-Fireflies in the Cave of the Wise – TEFE-23-2019-03-24-08-36-47 – 00:02:51.64
  • 03-The Midwives Sing – TEFE-23-2019-03-24-08-45-47 – 00:03:42.91
  • 04-Fluorescent Plants Pastures – TEFE-23-2019-03-24-08-51-58 – 00:03:02.04
  • 05-The Red Fortunes and the Black Skulls – TEFE-23-2019-03-24-09-01-12 -00:03:11.70
  • 06-Trip to the Last Border – TEFE-23-2019-03-24-09-04-16 – 00:03:59.26
  • 07-Three Cows Kidnapped – TEFE-23-2019-03-24-09-05-34 – 00:04:12.63
  • 08-Slowly to the Place of the Mushrooms – TEFE-23-2019-03-24-09-20-27 – 00:07:29.54
  • 09-Will you remind me if I Sleep under the Pleiades?- TEFE-23-2019-03-24-09-31-08 – 00:02:15.23

Total time: 00:33:22.49

About The Eternal Feedback of Existence:

It is an acousmatic diary. With the samples and images of each day an instrument for livecoding improvisation is built.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Acousmatic_sound
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Live_coding

Open Source Music:

You can download the source code, the samples and the images on:
https://archive.org/details/TEFE023Source

#electronica #idm #glitch #breakcore #experimental #acousmatic #algorithmic
#electronica,#idm,#glitch,#breakcore,#experimental,#acousmatic,#algorithmic

License: CC-BY
https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/

You are free to:

Share — copy and redistribute the material in any medium or format

Adapt — remix, transform, and build upon the material
for any purpose, even commercially.
This license is acceptable for Free Cultural Works.

The licensor cannot revoke these freedoms as long as you follow the license terms.

Under the following terms:

Attribution — You must give appropriate credit, provide a link to the license, and indicate if changes were made. You may do so in any reasonable manner, but not in any way that suggests the licensor endorses you or your use.

No additional restrictions — You may not apply legal terms or technological measures that legally restrict others from doing anything the license permits.

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Dafna Naphtali and Hans Tammen – Mechanique​(​s) Fenestrae

Dafna Naphtali and Hans Tammen – Mechanique​(​s) Fenestrae

Dafna Naphtali and Hans Tammen

“Mechanique​(​s) Fenestrae”

MECHANIQUE(S)

Dafna Naphtali – live sound processing & voice
Hans Tammen – endangered guitar

Mechanique(s) is the New York-based duo of Dafna Naphtali and Hans Tammen — live computer-based electronics and audio processing, endangered guitar and voice. In their active collaboration since 1998, the duo probes and playfully undermines the overlap of various elements of their technical and aesthetic practices. With Naphtali’s interactive processed sound/noise system and 4-octave vocal range, and Tammen’s mechanical and energetic laptop manipulations of modified guitars, the duo sets out on a crazed collision course of the acoustic and the electronic – all along the route paying homage (in a twirl of the radio dial) to music concrete, free jazz and European improvised music, as well as the contemporary classical and all manner of non-Western musics.

This album is a live recording of a performance in Schenectady, NY in 2009. Zachary Seldess provided the live visuals processing, an image of which is used for the album design.

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The perfect failure (?) – The perfect failure (?) vol. 6 : Imperfect failures

The perfect failure (?) – The perfect failure (?) vol. 6 : Imperfect failures
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The perfect failure (?)

“The perfect failure (?) vol. 6 : Imperfect failures”

Even bad things come to an end! This is the 6th and last volume of the perfect failure (?) / l’échec parfait (?). I must admit I failed to find any real or perfect failure among all the sounds submitted. Each of them inspired me for building interesting sound blocks, imagining new composition tactics, blurring the distinction between what I can find “good” or “bad” – although I won’t deny that many of these sounds were somehow headache-inducing when played on repeat while working on this 5 hours long mix. Will you love-hate all these “Imperfect failures” as much as I did while patiently gathering them during 7 years?
Many thanks to all the contributors who trusted me enough to send their secret / questionable material : 3/2, A.D. du nord, Ayato, Benoît Rouits, Charles premier, Cocotte Sapiens, David Pomlait, Doedelzak, Extrasystole, Gavin Prior, Half Evidence, Hellsings, Janne Nummela, Jules Valentin, The Kiriks, Luxalove, M.A.K.T. Sono, Mata-Hari, Natalia Kamia, Onde Poussière, Philippe Desclais, psph.S, Siu, tay_ploops, Torbill, Xavier Mussat, XtetX Ensemble, Yoshiwaku, 3HNT– and some anonymous people. I shamelessly contributed to this with some of the worst recordings of my solo projects Kecap Tuyul and Failure Circle.
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Dino Felipe – Citrus Scenarios

Dino Felipe – Citrus Scenarios
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Dino Felipe

“Citrus Scenarios”

Citrus Scenarios
by Dino FelipeWishlist

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1.

High Way 01:49

2.

Sex Breath 01:31

3.

Puka 01:13

4.

Tropik 02:36

5.

Pipiltzintzintli 01:29

6.

Diamond Life 03:06

7.

Prom 01:54

8.

Sofadventure (feat. Melba Libia) 02:34

9.

Vacuum 04:54

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Artist: Dino Felipe
Title: Citrus Scenarios
Cat: GAY002
Genre: Dino Felipe style
Runtime: 21:10 min

GAY superstar Dino Felipe brings you a very colorful album,
one that for a fact might even be more colorful than what your average looking rainbow flag has to offer. His Citrus Scenarios is a spectacularly juicy journey that serves up a sexy diversity of sceneries that hop from one into another. The result is a very adventurous soundtrack that would make you want to come out of the closet and see what the F(elipe) is this all about!


tay_ploops – ta_rot

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tay_ploops

“ta_rot”

Tay_ploops is a solo project of multidisciplinary Canadian artist (painter, performer, puppeteer, musician) Jessica Gabriel. She initially conceived Ta_rot as a concept album of sad experimental songs to be released on 30 november 2018, for the international remembrance day for lost species.
Unexpected events of the cycle of life and death intervened in the genesis of this project and delayed it several times- but the wheel continues to turn and we are glad to finally to share this touching sonic testimony created with fragile materials.ta_rot is sound collage born from death
…the moon…..the wheel of time…
gone again end again
love to shell
(Jessica Gabriel)
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NYM – narcotism

NYM – narcotism
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NYM

“narcotism”

photography & design by EMERGE
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Jos̩ Gallardo A. РHumores

Jos̩ Gallardo A. РHumores
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José Gallardo A.

“Humores”

“José Gallardo launches through Pueblo Nuevo his latest album ‘Humores‘ (pn137). Unlike his previous ‘Sinfonía para un hombre solo… en su casa‘ (pn107, 2016), which exhibits the realization of field recordings as a guiding thread, ‘Humores‘ makes reference to the moods or temperaments according to the classification of Hippocrates, considered the father of medicine. It is, thus, a kind of suite that is composed of emotional representations instead of dances.

The humoral theory, in force from Greek Antiquity until after the Renaissance, comprised four temperaments: Choleric, Phlegmatic, Melancholic and Sanguine. Each one of them was associated with an organ and with a secretion of the body (yellow bile, phlegm, black bile, and blood, respectively) and health would depend on the balance between these elements. The word ‘humor’ comes from the Latin ‘humore’ which means liquid or fluid.

As a means of opening, Gallardo adds a fifth state, that of ‘Ansiedad’ (Anxiety), where music tries to connect itself with the future from the present. This is the only track on which we hear an instrument played in a traditional way or without being deconstructed, the Saz of the Middle East, and from this material is apparently also extracted to create adjacent sounds.

Predominant in this album are rough textures, carefully agitated sounds obtained by microsampling – often treated in a granular way, and cacophonous conglomerations, almost always in counterpoint with their opposites, as in the game of resonances and punctual sounds of ‘Melancolía’ (Melancholy). The last track, ‘Sanguíneo Pasional’ (Sanguine Passional), is divided into two very clear moments, the second of them based on a calm drone that brings peace or, better, balance, to close ‘healthily’ this interesting set of music.”

Bryan Holmes
(Río de Janeiro, Brasil. Noviembre / November 2018)

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Anastasia Vronski – Estrangements (volume1)

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Anastasia Vronski

“Estrangements (volume1)”

Anastatsia Vronski is a versatile experimental musician from Perm, Russia. Since years she has been creating an impressive and quite diverse body of work. Many of her tracks can be classified as “drone “or “noise”, but they always have a specific, often intriguing qualities. Above all, she’s not an artist who will do the same twice, and maybe that’s why some of her pieces are sometimes self-published isolately. Since we thought many of them deserved more exposure, we decided to make a selection of such works in a compilation album : Estrangements, that will be published in two volumes. The first volume gathers tracks composed in 2013 & 2014 (selected with the artist’s approval) that seem to share some kind of minimalist mood, although they are very diverse. For each of them, Vronski has written a few words about the specific methodologies and ideas (see below) involved in the composition. But this doesn’t make her music less mysterious. Each track seems inhabited by a mysterious and poetic spirit whose intrinsic qualities will appear to attentive listeners even without reading anything. The 2nd volume will be published in 2019
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Federico Dal Pozzo – Untitled_PaHaD

Federico Dal Pozzo – Untitled_PaHaD
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Federico Dal Pozzo

“Untitled_PaHaD”

Federico Dal Pozzo is an Italian sound artist , electroacoustic composer and musician. His works are based upon concrete objects and the transfiguration and perception of the sound and audio- spatialization . He works with Max/Msp. He does compositions for dance and theatre companies , audio-Installations and concerts.
Today we are proud to publish his latest piece Untitled_PaHaD , a mysterious and subtly progressive composition, where where liquid textures swirl like a delicate swarm of otherwordly voices. In this new work, once again Dal Pozzo’s use of digital tools is very fluid and organic, completely at the service of a higly personal musical vision.Credits:
Music my Federico Dal Pozzo
Photo by Marco Cianci
Thanx to Lorenzo Abbatoir, Giada Piraccini, Marco Cianci
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