pan y rosas release strange loop infinity bliss LIVE 2017 by getdizzzy!

getdizzzy is a composer, dj and game designer living in chicago. drawing from from ambient, hip-hop, techno, experimental sound collage and noise, getdizzzy’s music is idiosyncratic, rewarding, unfamiliar, colorful and accessible.

strange loop infinity bliss LIVE 2017. eight tracks. recorded in new jersey, pittsburgh, new york city and chicago. clock and bird mechanism. wood pulse. blocks. wooze mechanics. frozen glass. sweep slowness. a brief drone.

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kind words for luna anfibia by lucía chamorro!

At times during Luna Anfibia, Lucía Chamorro reverse-engineers the process of composition. Instead of shaping the sounds themselves, there is a sense of tinkering with the mind and ears used to receive them: clogging the ear canals with water so that guitar loops and birdsong arrive muffled, goading the listener toward a conspiratorial paranoia that hears symbiotic collusion between the sound of chewing and the tinkle of chimes, a rupturing of stereo perception that places radio broadcasts at the left and right simultaneously. I don’t know how she manages this switch in emphasis. Perhaps it’s the way she forces me to wrestle with the familiar, tampering with everyday sound (running water, open-mouthed chewing, tapped kitchen ceramics) to create a certain shortcoming in my powers of recognition. These compositions almost resemble memories from my own day-to-day experiences, but not quite. Something is off. The lights are dimmer. The walls bend slightly. In a bid to protect those sounds that pad the perimeter of my life with the comfort of familiar sensations, I turn inward for answers instead. What am I doing differently to dislodge this experience of the commonplace…

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the kindness comes from attn: magazine.

pan y rosas release “amaryllis flower” by ivy meadows!

ivy meadows/camilla padgitt-coles is a nyc-based artist working in video, light, and sound. she currently is a M.P.S. candidate at nyu’s interactive telecommunications program (’19).

camilla padgitt-coles improvised this meditation for a higher frequency on a vibraphone at home in the summer of 2017. cars passing on a wet street outside. some little sounds here and there.

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pan y rosas release rerum novarum by la corporación!

amanda irarrazabal is a bassist, bass player, singer, improviser and composer originally from santiago, chile and currently based in buenos aires. in 2002 she started her musical career, exploring various genres (classical music, experimental, jazz, rock, tango and latin american music), she turned to free improvisation and original music as her primary musical vehicles.

cecilia lópez is a composer, musician and instrument builder from buenos aires. her work explores the boundaries between composition and improvisation, as well as the resonance properties of diverse materials through the creation of non-conventional sound devices. she studied composition with carmen baliero and gustavo ribicic. she holds an mfa from the milton avery graduate school of the arts, bard college ny and is an ma candidate at wesleyan university in composition (2016).

cecilia quinteros is a self-taught, improvising cellist from buenos aires. since 2007 she has co-created many experimental music projects in argentina and worked with theatre, visual artists, contemporary and butoh dancers. in 2013 she was invited by the danish record labels ilk and barefoot records to perform several concerts at the copenhagen and aarhus jazz festivals. her current projects include ruido², YAS, rhabdoviridae, eriza, la corporación, HAITI, and a dúo w/ alex elgier.

rerum novarum consists of five pieces that were recorded live on august 24, 2017, in buenos aires. a freely improvised meeting of synthesizer, bass and cello. melting conversations. rumbling pulse. pulsing rumbles.

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pan y rosas release luna anfibia by lucía chamorro!

lucía chamorro is a composer and sound artist from montevideo, uruguay, who works mainly with experimental music, free improvisation and soundscapes. her recent work focuses on the search for visibility and audibility of women in art and society in general. she believes that art is a powerful tool that can contribute greatly in the fight for gender equality. her music also seeks to re-value everyday sounds and propose new ways of listening and relating with the environment.

luna anfibia was created from sound environments and free improvisations that lucía recorded and processed. through the selection and composition of the material, she seeks to recreate situations and sound environments of imaginary places.

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