Archivo de la categoría: Sin categoría

Fisternni & Vlisa – I.M.B. 380Xd Overload

Fisternni & Vlisa – I.M.B. 380Xd Overload

Fisternni & Vlisa - I.M.B.380Xd Overload  - Tapa

 spain-state United-Kingdom_flag
género / estilo:
electrónica, experimental, glitch.
Pueblo Nuevo presenta el último trabajo conjunto de Jorge Castro aka Fisternni y Ramiro de la Cruz Larrain aka Vlisa. Producido y presentado en Córdoba, Argentina, durante el Festival Santo Noise 2012.
Fisternni & Vlisa – “I.M.B. 380Xd Overload” es un disco experimental compuesto totalmente con una laptop I.B.M 380 xd corriendo un Reaktor 1.3, logrando un flujo de trabajo en el cual una máquina de bajas prestaciones es sobrecargada y saturada de procesos mediante un programa de síntesis avanzada.
Cada nombre de los 9 tracks que componen este trabajo: “Ilegal Operation”, “This Computer Is Too Slow”, etc… se define por el cartel o pantalla que devuelve el Sistema Operativo en la laptop cuando el buffer se sobrecarga y deja de funcionar.
genre / style:
electronic, experimental, glitch.
Pueblo Nuevo presents the latest work of Jorge Castro aka Fisternni and Ramiro de la Cruz Larrain aka Vlisa. Produced and presented in Cordoba, Argentina, during the Festival Santo Noise 2012.
Fisternni & Vlisa – “I.M.B. 380Xd Overload” is an experimental album composed entirely with a laptop IBM 380 xd taking a Reaktor 1.3 achieving a workflow in which a low-performance machine is overloaded and saturated processes through advanced synthesis program.
Each name of the 9 tracks that make this work “Ilegal Operation”, “This Computer Is Too Slow”, etc…, is defined by the sign or display that returns the OS on the laptop when the buffer is overloaded and stops working.

Enlace

REVIEW Vlisa Japanese Rivers

English Music Review of  Vlisa – Japanese Rivers By cerebralrift.org

“The immediate thing I noticed when I started listening to Japanese Rivers is that the instrumentation doesn’t sound very Japanese.  Personally, I think of the Fue (Japanese flutes), Shoko,  and Koto and numerous other percussion and stringed instruments, when I think of Japanese music instruments.

Of course, that is my predilection for classical or traditional Japanese instruments.  But there is a wider range of Japanese music, especially with J-Pop and other musical forms.  This recording immediately put itself in a more modern context than traditional context.  But, it still maintains a slight connection to the traditional through some of the rhythms, melody and harmony lines used in the pieces.  While not specifically traditional, the influence of traditional styles can be heard in this collection of four, water inspired, ambient pieces.

Each piece takes on a different form and texture, suggestive of the bodies of water they are named for.  They have their different feelings, different environments, and yet all flow from one into another without leaving the listener hanging or looking for a connection.  From the shimmering opening of Japanese Rivers through the rhythmic pulsing of Water Flow this recording is soothing and engaging.  You are transported along the mythical waters in the soundscapes as if you were floating down river: parts of the ride are smooth, and some bob and weave their way towards the rides end.

Hopefully, this isn’t a one-off for Vlisa (aka Ramiro de la Cruz Larrain).  Japanese Rivers is a strong statement that leaves you wanting more.  Wishing there was another release that you could put on and listen to more.  (Note: it does appear there have been two previous electronic / CD releases by Vlisa, according to Discogs and can be found on Bandcamp.  On the other hand, more releases under a CC license instead of just as “freemusic” would be excellent.”