Warahraan is an Ambient/Electronic/Experimental music project from Persia founded in the early 2008, inspired by the immensity and grandeur of the nature and cosmos. The music is trying to illustrate the creation through a different view. Warahraan is a journey through magical sovereignties and enigmatic kingdoms, a deep mystical discovery through terrestrial and extraterrestrial zones.
Warahraan means victory and conquest in the ancient Persian language. The other older forms of this word are Verethraghan and Verethragna. Warahraan is the Persian god of Fire, the most sacred of all fires that is a combination of 16 fires as it mentioned in the Avesta (Sacred Book of Zoroastrians) and other ancient Persian sacred texts. The word referring to the Mars (fourth planet from the sun) in astrology. The twentieth day of month is dedicated to him according to the Zoroastrian calendar.
This self-produced EP is the first work by Go Ask Alice: eight instrumental tracks, composed between 2012 and 2013, recorded and mixed by Matteo Spinazzé, in collaboration with Curzio Ferri playing drums and Andrea Oggiano with his acoustic guitar.
Perfection is terrible is the first verse of Sylvia Plath’s poem “The Munich Mannequins”.
“Perfection” here is completeness, closure, inability to evolve and reborn, perfection is death.
Perfection is indeed terrible, can’t have a child, just as Plath’s Munich Mannequins, cold marble statues, beautiful and perfect, frozen with us in a never ending present, the immense futureless present of the “capitalist realism”: the end of history.
Twenty-three works of ambient doodling’s, short soundscapes, or possible soundtracks. The idea behind the project was to allow artists, film directors or animators to use them with their work. If I get mentioned in the project for providing the music. Allowing the works to work with or inspire other works. It would be great to build on this idea so groups of artists are working together on small projects all over the world, sharing ideas and concepts together.
Back with the announced full length album by Matti T from Finland, slightly increasing pace and going into Sunday chillaxing mood and offering soft drops and various film like atmospheres. We look back and try to look forward, inbetween worlds. NetlabelDay Release 2017. July 14th
STREPITVSITVS is the new realisation of musical duo ASOLANMAC PROJECT and meant to be a sort of inner self-reflections as well as a very personal study about environmental connections between people and places: the focus is set on the Montello hill, near the Piave river, pretty close to our hometown. It’s a really peculiar site, where nature, hystory, legends and mysteries are all mixed up together in a unique way. This piece of music fully represent the feelings we share about it and express also the will to define the whole thing like the primal step of an introspective journey through memories and sensations, inspired by that magical location, under the form of an audio description.
Pueblo Nuevo Netlabel is pleased to present “Dos Puertas y un Puente para una Banda Sonora“, album from chilean musician and producer F600.
“The most recent work of Miguel Conejeros, aka F600, corresponds to the soundtrack for the artistic installation “Dos Puertas y un Puente para una Banda Sonora (Two Doors and a Bridge for a Sound Track),” a collaborative montage between Miguel and the artist Rodrigo Vergara. The work, which combined sculpture and music, was exhibited in the International Museum of Chile – Gallery MICh, in Santiago, Chile, between the 17th and the 24th of June 2016.
The sonic montage in its original version was developed in a multichannel (5.1) format, in order to be appreciated by the viewer/listener as he or she transverses the space of the exhibition, where the sounds are released from the four corners of the hall, projecting a sensation of spatiality and movement, in contrast to the apparent inertia of the sculpture.
In the words of Sebastián Riffo, Director of the Gallery MICh, “The pieces exhibited were erected from the concrete, free of abstract sentimentalisms, interior life and/or conceptual and/or symbolic over-determination. They were there, alone, supported above structures of metal in order to say nothing. They wouldn’t share stories, messages, nor morals, they were only embedded in our floor and extending themselves through space. Of a palpable nature, realizing distinct material layers and sounds, as if dealing with geological strata; enigmas impossible to resolve without the help of an attentive ear and a dilated interest.”
This disc contains a demonstration in stereo of the work of F600, valuable as a historic register of the creative processes of Miguel, moreover, it provides the listeners the possibility to appreciate in a new instance the materiality of his sounds, those that are capable in and of themselves, of telling us this and other stories, of opening doors and laying new bridges.”
(Santiago, Chile. Octubre / October 2016)
“The intimate and unrepeatable process of the construction of this piece is captured through the sounds that inhabit the studio.
They are the acoustic frequencies from the manipulation of the distinct elements that raise the scaffolding of this sound track.
Much like the materiality of a sculpture is intervened with pigments, molds, and tools: the captured sounds are processed electronically and digitally, imprinting their own character in the result.
‘Dos puertas y un puente para una banda sonora’, is an exercise in congruence between materialities that plant themselves like a tale of a tactile, optic and acoustic construction in order to be traversed, contemplated, and inhabited from their interior.”
Miguel Conejeros (aka F600)
(Santiago, Chile. Junio / June 2016)
Visual artist. He has participated in more than 40 expositions, including 6 individual. His work has been shown in diverse countries in Europe and America, and he has also been published in more than 25 media specialized in art, as much in Chile as foreign. He has obtained three distinctions in concourses and 5 state financed grants. He has realized residences in Brazil and Argentina.