Here’s my complete performance, hope you like it 🙂
This Sunday at 4PM CET (or midnight in Australia), my concert from the very first #RuidoVírico will be rebroadcasted as part of a Drone Special alongside other notorious atmospherical gigs that have also played in this amazing series. Don’t miss it!
Radia.FM is a group of radio stations bringing “new and forgotten ways of making radio” to the airwaves, all across Europe and beyond. The idea is: every week, an artist is asked to contribute a half an hour piece, and this piece is broadcasted once per participating radio station during the designated week.
Guess who is the artist selected for the week of 13th of July? Yours truly 🙂
The Radia network will be broadcasting my recent contribution to the Australasian Computer Music Conference 2020, a piece called “City circles: sound collage on urban canvas”, recorded live and entirely made with found sound. This means it will be broadcasted at least 20 times mainly around Europe but also online, in the US, Canada and even in San Marino!
You can watch the piece in video format below (courtesy of Matthew Syres on AV and Josh Paton on VJ), or get more information about the Radia show, its schedule and network in the link for this week’s program.
Subespai will be performing at this year’s edition of the prestigious Australian Computer Music Conference, which is going to be carried online between the 3rd and 10th of July.
My piece is titled “City circles”: sound collage on urban canvas and is essentially made with found sounds. For this recording I counted with the unmissable help from my buddy Josh Paton on visuals and Matthew Syres on A/V support, the performance was recorded at the fantastic Alpha House Gallery in Erskineville, Gadigal land. Sovereignty was never ceded.
The piece will be broadcasted on the 6th of July, however if you can’t wait, it is already available on Youtube:
Highly recommended that you check out the conference and the other contents, super high quality!
UPDATE: I’ll be playing live on Sunday 22th of March at ~13h CET // ~23h AEST here.
What a strange year we are having.
To help entertain those in soft and hard lockdown, the master Edu Comelles is putting together an online festival of leftfield music this coming weekend, from the 20th to the 22nd of March.
Line up still TBA, but I am likely to play on Sunday (in the evening for Australia, at lunch for Spain).
But beyond my participation, I can already tell you there’ll be amazing experimental legends performing in it, watch and donate for a good cause!
Stay tuned for details 🖤
I had the pleasure to be interviewed and improvise live on air with the program hosts at Radio Ciutat Vella for the XperYmentaS program in Barcelona. You can listen to the whole program in this link.
Music starts at the 16:00 mark but be warned! The recording includes Catalan speech, snobbish views, ramblings on experimental music and raw dark improvisation!
Thanks a lot Miquel and Edu for the experience!
Just as what went down in May/June 2018, I have three upcoming gig dates in Spain this month of October:
08/10/2019 → Interview and live improvisation with the program hosts @ XperYmentaS, Radio Ciutat Vella, Barcelona.
Super excited to perform alongside Miquel Jordà and his crew, closed to the public but live on air, and subsequently available online on the Ivoox channel of the program.
10/10/2019 → Solo show @ Biblioteca Agustí Centelles, Barcelona.
Starts sharp at 8:30PM to coincide with when the library closes for the day, so be early otherwise access will be unavailable!
27/10/2019 → Solo show @ Ultrasons, músiques en vibració. Casa de la Música, L’Alcora, País Valencià.
For this one, I will be presenting “Horitzons distòpics” (Dystopian Horizons), a 15-20 minute performance attempting to soundtrack the immediate and grim future of society. There will be two performances on the day, the first one being at 5PM. Limited seats available, bookings essential in the festival web page!
See you there!