Review

Esteban Lago, Hurly Burly, no. 12, January 1, 2000

Music conceived with very ambivalent aspects in which both the voice and the electronic fragments chosen for interacting with it are in constant motion. Maintained over certain vocal gestures, percussion collapses to include new liquid spaces within the planes, their distribution turned into surprise and contrast. A recording clearly intended to aural stimulation by means of spatialization.

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