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“Lemuria” reviewed by Neural

This project is authored by Giovanni Lami and Enrico Coniglio, recorded by Miguel Carvalhais and enriched by the charming artwork of Dead Meat. The vinyl edition of Lemuria immediately grabbed our attention with its universe of sounds. These recordings were not made in a studio, but in an abandoned house and have a certain ‘clotted’ […]

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“Lemuria” reviewed by The Sound Projector

A curious work is Lemuria (CRÓNICA 083-2013), a collaboration between the sound artist Enrico Coniglio from Venice and the photographer and field recordist Giovanni Lami of Ravenna, here working as the duo Lemures. The record is a puzzling mix of field recordings and minimalist drones, and you know how commonplace such methods are these days. […]

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“Lemuria, II”, a video by Mónica Ferreira

LEMURIA from Mónica Ferreira on Vimeo. Video artist Mónica Ferreira created a video for the Lemures piece “II”, included in the LP “Lemuria”.

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“Lemuria” reviewed by Fluid Radio

Lemures is the duo of Enrico Coniglio and Giovanni Lami, both members of the collective AIPS (Archivo Italiano Paesaggi Sonori, or the Italian Archive of Soundscapes) and contributors to the Postcards from Italy project. They take their name from the same Roman spirits of the dead after whom Carl Linnaeus named a species grouping of […]

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Lemures interviewed by A Closer Listen

Sound Propositions 07: Lemures (Enrico Coniglio & Giovanni Lami)

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“Lemuria” reviewed by Bad Alchemy

Lemuria ( Crönlca 083-2013, LP) ist wohl meine erste Bekanntshaft mit dem Venezianer Enrico Coniglio, einem in Projekten wie Aqua Dorsa und Herion oder auch als My Horne, Sinking aktiven Topophoniker, dessen Sophistlcatlon Wörter wie Koumponophobia (Angst vor Knöpfen) einschließt, auch wenn er sich damit nur als Leser von Neil Gaimans Coraline outet. An seiner […]

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“Lemuria” reviewed by Chain D.L.K.

Not to be confused with those lovely primates living in the island of Madagascar – Lemurs in Po Valley could be an oddity for zoologists indeed -, even if the name of this album could be puzzling as Lemuria is also the name of the hypothetical “lost land” where lemurs came from and the first […]

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“Lemuria” reviewed by Beach Sloth

Lemures make industrial field recordings. Far from these evoking some sort of pretty pastoral scene they are harsh unrelenting explorations into the dark underbelly of machines. Thanks to the intensity of the vision there is hardly any relief from these foreboding soundscapes. Aspects of it do focus on the natural when necessary but even these […]

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“Lemuria” reviewed by Blow Up

Il duo composto da Enrico Coniglio and Giovanni Lami utilizza field recordings ed elaborazione digitale per creare soundscapes dai toni avvolgenti estremamente dilatati, che spesso si espandono sino a lambire i territori dell’ ambient. In “Lemuria” la cura del dettaglio nell’ opera di tessitura elettronica si coniuga con efficacia al flusso impressionista generato dalla progressiva […]

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“Lemuria” reviewed by The New Noise

“Nelle credenze religiose di Roma antica, anima o spettro vagante di defunto che tornava sulla terra per molestare i vivi”. Così dice il mio Zingarelli del lemure, mentre apprendo da Wikipedia che le “Lemuria” siano delle cerimonie dell’Antica Roma attraverso la quale esorcizzare i morti. Dietro a questo progetto troviamo Enrico Coniglio, ormai sound artist […]

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