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“Loud Listening” reviewed by Fluid Sonic Fluctuations

It’s an exciting time, we’re only a month into 2019 and I’ve already received quite a lot of great releases that I’ve reviewed recently. Now it’s also time to introduce new series on this blog as well as continue with the first 2019 selection of music on Fluid Sonic Fluctuations (with my updated semi-random selection […]

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“Loud Listening” reviewed by Ambientblog

A lot ambient-electronic have a distinct industrial feel: the hum of giant machines and installations, soothing at some times, ominous – or even threatening – at other. Quiet and reassuring when distant, but loud and aggressive when close. Though this may not be exactly what you expect of “ambient music”, it definitely is part of […]

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Futurónica 62

Episode 62 of Futurónica, a broadcast in Rádio Manobras (91.5 MHz in Porto, 18h30) and Rádio Zero (21h GMT, repeating on Tuesday at 01h) airs tomorrow, May 18th. The playlist of Futurónica 62 is: Pure, Piercing Clouds With Laserguns (2012, Loud Listening, Crónica) @c, Novantuno (per Enrico) (2012, Loud Listening, Crónica) Gintas K, Before One […]

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New release: “Loud Listening”

Four Italian soundscape artists worked in four ailing Italian industrial sites. Their work aimed to capture the strength of industrial noises, providing a “loud experience” of mechanical hums, natural drones, metal squeaks, waves of steam and the sounds of raw materials, simultaneously proposing to reflect over the meaning and the high social value of industries […]

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Soon in Crónica: “Loud Listening”

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“Crónica L” reviewed by Cyclic Defrost

Cronica celebrates their 50th release with L, a compilation pairing 18 Cronica artists into collaborations. This results in 9 new compositions, exploring various facets of the label’s approach to hazy, electro-acoustic sound art. While it’s difficult to pin Cronica down to a distinct sound, the artists here chiefly work in drones, in which field recording […]

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“Crónica L” at Terje Paulsen’s 2010 Favorites

Crónica’s compilation, released in 2010 to mark our 50th edition, was selected as one of the highlights of 2010 by Terje Paulsen at Spiritual Archives. “Crónica L” was freely distributed to all the subscribers of Neural magazine (issue #36, May 2010) and not sold through any of the usual distribution channels. We do however still […]

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“Crónica L” reviewed by Loop

Este compilado celebra la edición número 50 del sello de Porto, Portugal, dirigido por Miguel Carvalhais and Pedro Tudela, quienes invitaron a 18 artistas del sello para que colaboraran entre ellos porduciendo nueve temas. La primera pista es por el italiano Enrico Coniglio y el artista sonoro británico Janek Shaefer que es una pieza de […]

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“Crónica L” reviewed by Textura

Crónica celebrates its fiftieth release with a compilation featuring nine collaborations by Stephan Mathieu, Janek Schaefer, Lawrence English, Marc Behrens, Stephen Vitiello, Tu M’, and others. Crónica L’s material is emblematic of the type of bold experimentalism the label has remained faithful to since its inception more than seven years ago. It’s an hour of […]

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“Crónica L” reviewed by Monsieur Délire

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 […]

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