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Francisco López & Miguel A. García’s “Ekkert Nafn” reviewed by Musique Machine

Roger BattyEkkert Nafn finds two respected Spanish sound artists utilizing & manipulating the same selection of sound materials- taking in field recordings & electrical/ mechanical devices- to create two thirty-minute tracks, which highlight both parties distinct way of sound-working.The artists are here Francisco López- a Madrid sound artists/ field recordist who’s been active since the mid-1980s, creating a large […]

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Francisco López & Miguel A. García’s “Ekkert Nafn” reviewed by Gonzo Circus

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Francisco López & Miguel A. García’s “Ekkert Nafn” reviewed by Bad Alchemy

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Francisco López & Miguel A. García’s “Ekkert Nafn” reviewed by Dark Entries

Als we Google Translate mogen geloven, en dat moeten we als liefhebber van deviante muziekjes en bijhorende vreemde titels vaker dan ons lief is, zou Ekkert Nafn “naamloos” betekenen in het Ijslands. Een eponiem album dus van geluidskunstenaars Francisco López en Miguel A. García (ook gekend onder de naam Xedh). López is de naam bij […]

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Francisco López & Miguel A. García’s “Ekkert Nafn” reviewed by Blow Up

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Francisco López & Miguel A. García’s “Ekkert Nafn” reviewed by Toneshift

These two artists spent time collecting a pool of sounds together before individually exploring their own direction with them. The album title, Ekkert Nafn, is a mash-up of two Icelandic words that effectively translate as “no name”, and this abstract, mysterious title is certainly fitting for the release here on the Cronica label. Francisco López contributes an extended, […]

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Francisco López & Miguel A. García’s “Ekkert Nafn” reviewed by Silence And Sound

Ekkert Nafn qui signifie en islandais « sans nom », est un split album sur lequel les artistes Francisco López et Miguel A. García aka Xedh, proposent un titre chacun, intitulé Untitled #351 pour le premier, et Applainessads pour le second. Composés à partir de field recordings, par la suite retravaillés et agencés via des procédés digitaux, les deux tracks forment un tout, dont chaque élément semble se […]

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Francisco López & Miguel A. García’s “Ekkert Nafn” reviewed by Nitestylez

Put on the circuit as a joined forces collaboration between the labels Cronica and Tronicdisease on May 21st, 2k19 is “Ekkert Nafn”, a split album produced by experimental music legend Francisco Lopez and Bilbao-based sound artist Miguel A. Garcia. Opening with Lopez’ nearly 32 minutes spanning “Untitled #351” we’re drawn into a cold fusion of clean, sterile sonic events […]

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Francisco López & Miguel A. García’s “Ekkert Nafn” reviewed by Fluid Sonic Fluctuations

Welcome to another new review in the Fluid Label Focus series on the Crónica label in which today I’m reviewing an album that I received as a review copy on CD from Crónica quite by surprise. With many review copies nowadays coming in in digital format through the email or other ways, finding an extra […]

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Francisco López & Miguel A. García’s “Ekkert Nafn” reviewed by Badd Press

Artists who produce instrumental music – or to put it more precisely, music that doesn’t feature vocals – are often asked how they decide on titles. At the risk of sounding elitist, that always struck me as one of the dumber questions in music journalism. Sure, not all music lends itself naturally to a pithy […]

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