Monday, May 9, 2016

Adrián Juárez – Carbonilla y Lápices de Cera (2009)

  • Improvised music 
  • Electro-acoustic 
  • Experimentalism 
  • Avant-garde

Comment: Adriàn Juarez is an Argentinian musician whose 19-track issue consists of short, 1-2 minute long sketches or miniatures, which could be considered improvised pieces in the vein of stoned folk music with Latin music ingredients. Vice versa, it could be considered a Latin-alike electro-acoustic music. More profoundly, the outing is based on the play of a prepared piano, however, which chimes like being spawned by a clockwork-alike mechanism. It is quite surprising to know because the music represented over there chirps like plucking of the strings of a guitar or something like that. Thirdly, it could be considered an example of acoustic industrial music tongue-in-cheek. Although the timbre of the tracks is monochromatic it suits perfectly with the nature of the issue. The issue is a part of the discography of Perkunowa.                  
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