YAIR LOPEZ & WILFRIDO TERRAZAS
Wilfrido Terrazas, a key element of experimental music and improvisation in Mexico, has collaborated closely in the last years with the sound artist Yair Lopez. "Escudo(torre)" is the result of an ongoing dialogue that triggers experiences as this session, recorded live in Guadalajara during 2014, from which we can appreciate the results not only in the structure and overall narrative of the work but in each gesture and the relation between the sounds. Flute, trumpet, field recordings, synthesis and countless objects were agitated in this great sea storm.
INPUT MOD FX
Input Mod Fx's second work released by Suplex: a satisfactory continuation of the journey started with "Lucky book", taking us directly to the auditory and sensory pleasures of intelligent dance music from the late nineties and, without much pretension, to celebrate and share sounds that inspired us as lovers of abstract electronica.
The inability to understand communication and human behavior (physically or psychologically) has been one of the influences on the work of Omar Alejandro, a young producer of electronic music and a brave promoter of vinyl culture.
On November 20, 2014 was carried out one of the largest demonstrations in recent years in Mexico City, the second mass march to protest the forty-three young missing from Ayotzinapa's Normal school. Tito Rivas, well-known sound recordist, adept to the soundscape and listening theorist, was making this recording in moments of biggest tension.
Fanzine producido por Israel Martínez y el Museo del Chopo, con la colaboración de diversos artistas que residen, trabajan o circulan por el barrio de Santa María la Ribera, ciudad de México. Exploración por los oficios y actividades de la zona, entre otros temas culturales. Incluye la obra auditiva "Se cava" del artista argentino Mario Asef.
Mondragón is one of the protagonist of a new electronic music scene in Mexico. His sound is an exquisite journey between ambient, dream rock and even house music, putting a constant melancholic touch. "Interlude" is a great EP that, without doubt, will be placed in your favorite recent recordings.
From November 2014 until January 2015, Israel Martínez exhibited the audiovisual work “No illusion” through Proyecto Vitrina at talcual gallery, Mexico City. On January 14th there was a concert - performance with the participation of several musicians, poets and students whom have collaborated with him in the last years from different ways.
After several years strolling Mexico City in an exercise of deep listening and recording the soundscape, Félix Blume has synthesized in this work a huge collection of cries in the capital of this country, creating a kind of "aural mirror" of the sociopolitical context on these days.