“Berlin Backyards” reviewed by Loop

Berlin Backyards
Swiss soundartist Gilles Aubry explores field recordings with organic and synthetic sounds of Berlin backyards.
It’s amazing the many and the variety of sonorities produce by the city that can be the place where one lives or in other words, noises that citizens are responsible of; electric hum, metal beats, mechanic and repetitive movements, drones, human voices that get an especial meaning drawing the listener to a reflection, noises of people, trashcans moved from one place to another and other undistinguished sounds.
This interaction reveals both harmonic and dissonant ambience of the city that could be the one where we live but that for us becomes transparent in everyday life, and for this Gilles Aubry configure us a sound structure. Guillermo Escudero

via Loop

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