Author Archives: Miguel Carvalhais

Gintas K’s “Lėti” reviewed by Nieuwe Noten

Zestien jaar geleden verscheen ‘Lengvai / 60 x one minute audio colours of 2kHz sound’ bij Crónica, het eerste album van K bij dit label. Sindsdien werkte K regelmatig mee aan compilatie albums en volgde er vier volwaardige albums, gevolgd door het vijfde dit jaar, ‘Lėti’. Zoals gezegd is dit een totaal ander album dan […]

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Gintas K’s “Lėti” reviewed by

Portugalijos leidybinė kompanija „Crónica“ šįmet išleido naują Ginto Kraptavičiaus albumą Lėti. Tai nebe pirmas Ginto albumas po šio leiblo vėliava. Be to, jau anksčiau į field recoring ir elektroakustinius eksperimentus orientuotos kompanijos akiratyje buvo atsidūrę ir kiti lietuviai – Arturas Bumšteinas ir Darius Čiuta.  Naujausio Ginto albumo pavadinimas Lėti taikliai nusako, kaip jis skamba: albumas tikrai lėtas. Žinoma, jis nėra toks lėtas […]

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Matilde Meireles’s “Life of a Potato” reviewed by Kathodik

La sound artist Matilda Meireles, raccoglie i suoni provenienti da un orto nel sud-ovest dell’Inghilterra (Pewsey), focalizzando la propria attenzione sulla patata.Eccoci dunque a seguire le fasi dello sviluppo/raccolta e utilizzo (dal taglio allo sfriggimento) del tubero portato in Europa dagli spagnoli nel 1600, e poi, divenuto ingrediente base nella dieta di molti paesi del vecchio […]

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Pedro Tudela and Miguel Carvalhais’s “Installations / Instalações” reviewed by Nieuwe Noten

De Portugese geluidskunstenaars Pedro Tudelaen Miguel Carvalhais werken samen onder de naam @c. Onlangs verscheen via hun eigen label Crónica, onder de titel ‘Installations’ een interessant boek over de installaties die zij tussen 2005 en 2021 hebben gemaakt. Tevens vormt dit de start van het beschikbaar stellen van de opnames van deze installaties via hun Bandcamp pagina. Te downloaden voor […]

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Gintas K’s “Lėti” reviewed by Felthat

The work of Gintas Kraptavicius who works usually under moniker Gintas K since 1994 opens up a entirely different universe tingling with variety of references and influences. Since he has been working in a diverse fields of modern composition, sound art and sound installation, film music, granular synthesis, electronic music that is positively problematic to […]

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New release: Bruno Duplant’s “Sombres Miroirs”

a polished and reflective surface gives us the stable and sincere image of a subjectthe subject here is the world today both planet, nature, humanity, civilizations, individualsand possibly, probably the one of tomorrow, dark in my eyes & embittered in my heart a kind of orchestral mise en abyme of these mirrorswith its moments of […]

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Morten Riis’s “Lad enhver lyd minde os om” reviewed by Nische

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New release: TAMTAM’s “Eleven Songs”

At the beginning of 2019, Cartsten Seiffarth at the Singuhr Projekte invited TAMTAM to develop a sound installation for the great hall at Berghain. This resulted in the work Eleven Songs – Halle am Berghain, which understood the installation space as an instrument. One consequence of this is that the individual pieces are not transferable to […]

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Bruno Duplant’s “Sombres Miroirs” reviewed by African Paper

Der französische Komponist und Mehrfachinstrumentalist Bruno Duplant bringt mit “Sombre Miroirs” Ende des Monats ein neues Album und somit den zweiten Teil der im vorigen Jahr mit “Élégie du temps présen” (Granny Records) begonnen Trilogie heraus. In zwei auslandenden Soundscapes kreist Dupont wie beim Vorgänger um den Zustand der Welt – “planet, nature, humanity, civilizations, […]

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Morten Riis’s “Lad enhver lyd minde os om” reviewed by Vital Weekly

Somehow this sounded like a familiar name, but I couldn’t find anything about him that I had written earlier. Morten Riis is from Denmark, where he works as a composer, sound artist and researcher. Amongst the things he does are large scale sound installations. He recorded the music on the cassette using homemade synthesizers and […]

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