EthnoTech

Research output: Non-textual formComposition

Abstract

Álbum editado por o autor no Bandcamp
The compositions present in this album were developed in 2010. This work combines electroacoustic music techniques in an ethno-technologic approach, with the use of recordings of Tibetan bowls among other informal metal, African orchestra percussion's, jambes and Sabar drums with some classical orchestra details and Turkish "clarinet". The two piece articulate in time, electronic sound modeling manipulation, where electric impulses, glitch and more urban rhythmic accentuate an obscure environment of tension, complemented by the noises of telephone, communications machines and other electronic devices in a rithmic and noise aesthetic. The sound formal composition was develop to elaborate panoramas, fragmentation and micro rithmic during the course of the play. As if a space of interaction and dialogue between techno-primitive is contextualized in an ethno-technology space of the present fragmented information society. Where the primitive is diluted with the technological apparatus in the trans-cultural world. Generating a music with no place of origin, trans-cultural and hybrid
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 2017

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