CONCIERTO: SUSANA LÓPEZ

MIÉRCOLES 11 DE NOVIEMBRE DE 2020 21:00H.

SUSANA LÓPEZ

AKA SUSAN DRONE

Presentará una acción sonora en directo para Morada Sónica, dos composiciones (acompañadas de visuales) procedentes de sus dos últimas publicaciones. 
SE EMITIRÁ A TRAVÉS DEL CANAL DE YOUTUBE DE MORADA SÓNICA

Estructuras repetitivas, visuales, dark ambient, ritmos distorsionados, melodías saturadas y enterradas. Propone una experiencia profunda de drones y ritmos. Interesada en construir experiencias inmersivas a partir de materiales intangibles, su creación explora los efectos que pueden producir en el público la combinación de sonidos electrónicos, grabaciones de campo transformadas, voces deconstruidas y sonidos de instrumentos caseros.

Con seis discos publicados ‘Crónica de un secuestro’ (Elevator Bath, 2020), ‘Huldra’ (Crystal Mine, 2020), ‘Looms’ (autoeditado, 2019), ‘Four Sinusoids to Eliane’ (Important Drone Records, 2019), ‘Megalitomanía’ (autoeditado, 2014) y ‘Vortex’ (autoeditado, 2011), también ha colaborado en recopilatorios internacionales como ‘Pandemic Response Division’ (Spectral Electric, 2020), ‘From Here to Tranquility’ (tonic immobility) V. 11 (Silent Recods, 2019), ‘Super-Sensor’ (Francisco López, Murcia, 2016). Ha diseñado y producido instalaciones de arte sonoro como ‘Transformando el paisaje III’, ‘Burgos’ (2019); ‘Transforming Landscapes II’, Murcia (2018); ‘Transforming Landscapes’, Noruega (2018); ‘Noosfera Sonora’, Murcia (2013); y ‘Arquitecturas sonoras’, instalación sonora colectiva en CentroCentro, Madrid (2014).

ültimo trabajo de susan drone:

Crónica de un secuestro

Elevator Bath is well pleased to present "Crónica de un secuestro," the proper debut album from multidisciplinary artist Susana López.

These compositions were created in March 2020, during the lockdown, as the artist understandably experienced feelings of isolation, of being cloistered against her will. Perhaps this explains the album's attention to space. The notions of movement and exploration pervade the early pieces on this epic collection. The expansive drone and panning rhythms of album opener, "Luz Negra," seem to create an infinite landscape, which seamlessly continues through the title track and all the way to the pure field recordings at work in "Ibn Arabi." The walls begin to close in as "Crónica de un secuestro" progresses, however, culminating with the claustrophobia of closing track, "The Last Wave." The sonic openness is still present, yet the unrelenting, ominous tones remind us of our modern predicament: We are still confined; held as if kidnapped.

For the creation of "Crónica de un secuestro," Susana López's primary raw materials were transformed field recordings, humanized synthesizers, synthesized voices, and deconstructed drum machines. This work explores the effects that the combination of these disparate sources can produce in the listener; López's interest lies in the building of immersive experiences. The sounds found within "Crónica de un secuestro" then aim to act as a catalyst for the focusing of consciousness (and the altering of perception). The end result belongs to a kind of magical realism, potentially allowing the listener to escape into a new dimension.

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