Author Archives: Miguel Carvalhais

“Deriva” reviewed by Rimas e Batidas

Quem porventura possa ler regularmente esta coluna (sim, vocês os três…) há-de reconhecer que a palavra “deriva” é usada com alguma frequência como descritivo para muita música aqui focada. A ideia de desvio imprevisto e sem destino calculado que essa palavra carrega parece, de facto, apropriada para descrever muita música mais exploratória e experimental, música […]

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“Deriva” reviewed by Vital Weekly

The other new release is a compilation called ‘Deriva’, and that means (warning: very lengthy quote ahead, since there is no way I can summarize this) “Drift [from French dérive] is the perpetuating movement that strides from the known to the unknown, to the absurd and the unplanned. This is a condition that is generated […]

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Pedro Rebelo’s “Listen to me” reviewed by Rimas e Batidas

No texto em que se apresenta Listen to me, na página reservada a este lançamento na plataforma Bandcamp, explica-se com algum detalhe o percurso artístico e académico de Pedro Rebelo, artista, investigador e pedagogo com impressionante currículo, que é actualmente Professor de Artes Sónicas na Queen’s University de Belfast. Rebelo foi recentemente agraciado com dois importantes subsídios pelo […]

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New release: Pedro Rebelo’s “Listen to me”

A residency in 2017 at the International Iberian Nanotechnology Laboratory, in Braga, Portugal, was an opportunity for Pedro Rebelo to discover the world of nanotechnology research, in particular through following researchers working on a project in the area of food safety. Rebelo’s primary interest in sound led him to explore the sonorities of the research processes, the […]

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New release: Pedro Tudela’s “Auditório”

From May 2019 to January 2020, Pedro Tudela presented the large-scale installation “awdiˈtɔrju” at MAAT, the Museum of Art, Architecture, and Technology, in Lisbon. “awdiˈtɔrju”, the phonetic transcription of the word “auditório” (Portuguese for auditorium), was curated by Miguel von Hafe Pérez, and presented at the Boiler Hall of MAAT, as an immersive experience that combined a […]

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Rutger Zuydervelt & Bruno Duplant’s “L’incertitude” reviewed by Musik an Sich

L’incertitude ist die erste Zusammenarbeit der beiden Experimentalmusiker Rutger Zuydervelt aus den Niederlanden und Bruno Duplant aus Frankreich. Beide haben sich mit Soloarbeiten und Zusammenarbeiten mit anderen Größen des Genres über Jahre einen Namen gemacht und legen nun zwei lang angelegte Stücke mit jeweils um die 23 Minuten Lauflänge vor. Hauptbestandteil der Tracks sind zu einer Collage zusammengefasste Fieldrecordings, die […]

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Pedro Rebelo’s “Listen to me” reviewed by Vital Weekly

This is the first work I hear by Pedro Rebelo, who studied in Edinburgh music and architecture. He did “participatory projects involving communities in Belfast, Mare, Rio de Janeiro, Portugal and Mozambique”, sound installations and concerts. For this work, he uses recordings he made at the International Iberian Nanotechnology Laboratory in Braga, Portugal. A place […]

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Pedro Rebelo’s “Listen to me” now available to preorder

Out in September, the new tape by Pedro Rebelo, can now be preordered from Crónica.

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Síria’s “Boa-Língua” reviewed by Gonzo Circus

Boa-Língua by Síria

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New release: Matilde Meireles’s “Sunnyside”

In a time where human contact is restricted for safety reasons, contact in this work takes place by — literally — listening closely to the sounds of objects which are very much part of my domestic daily life. During April 2020, I collected a series of sounds around my house on Sunnyside Street (Belfast, NI) […]

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