“Crónica L” reviewed by Monsieur Délire

Crónica L
The Portugese label Crónica is celebrating its 50th release with a beautiful compilation album. Nine collaborations between 18 of the label’s key artists, 18 artists all illustrating in their own way the label’s aesthetics of sound experimentation and redefinition of the act of listening. I would point out the collaborations between Gilles Aubry and Paulo Raposo, Marc Behrens and Cem Güney, Lawrence English and Stephen Vitiello, and The Beatiful Schizophonic and Tu M’, but everything here is at least interesting, and many tracks are intriguing or downright beautiful.

via Monsieur Délire

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