RAKTA – FALHA COMUM
Sello: Iron Lung Records
With a slight line up change in the drum department we see RAKTA tighten up their more tense, soundtrack natured developments alongside their more sparse and vulnerable elegance. They consistently manage to create a tripped out creep chamber with room to explore as the aura builds to nightmare crescendos juxtaposed with shaking silences. Simultaneously eerie and serene.
- Falha Comum
- Flor Da Pele
- Fim Do Mundo
- Estrela da Manhã
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S/95.00LITERAL OASIS – NEBLEENA 001LP 33rpmLABEL:NEBLEENAThe ten-track compilation delivers an evocative set of tracks by Hydroplane, Equilet, bioMecanico, Ando Laj (Wandering Eye/Diskotopia), Captainmarmalade, Sweguno, Overre, Fluorescent Grey, Wake, and Ghroth, bringing together both newcomers and veterans of the ‘intelligent dance music’ movement that sprouted out of Warp Records in the early 1990s. Literal Oasis also features the debut of PREEMS, a collaboration initiated by Gorrio and Delgado in recent years that focuses on live/hardware-based performance and improvisation.
Sello: Modern Harmonic
The title track was a vehicle for Arkestral vocalist June Tyson, who had been with the band since 1967 and was in absolute peak form in 1972. Meanwhile, Ronnie Boykins, who had been Sunny’s full-time bassist from 1957 through 1968, was a welcome guest on this occasion. It is his ostinato that holds the theme statement together, and his arco that guides and accompanies Sunny on his space wandering, where they are joined by Akh Tal Ebah on trumpet, and by the ecstatically interweaving alto saxes of Marshall Allen and Danny Davis. A trio of wriggling alto (Danny Davis), mini-Moog synthesizers, and high bowed bass develops, with Sunny and Ronnie accompanying Tyson’s hushed recapitulation. This is one of the Arkestra’s greatest performances.
- Astro Black
- Discipline “99”
- Hidden Spheres
- The Cosmo-Fire
He events of July 3, 1973 at London’s Hammersmith Odeon made rock and roll history: David Bowie retired Ziggy Stardust! His final concert appearance as Ziggy was the 60th of 40 dates (matinees included) and the last of the planned UK Ziggy Stardust gigs. It has famously become known as “The Retirement Gig.” The two Hammersmith Odeon concerts (July 2nd and 3rd) were designed to take the place of a cancelled second show at Earl’s Court. By July 1973, Bowie had been touring and promoting his album for nearly a year without a break. The original plan was for a Ziggy Stardust tour of Europe to follow the third UK Tour, then a third US Tour with 38 confirmed concerts beginning on September 1, 1973 and ending on the 31st October 31, 1973 in Texas. The retirement announcement at the end of the concert came as a major shock…to fans, the majority of the music press, and the Spiders From Mars themselves. It later transpired that Bowie had only told his manager and Mick Ronson of his plans to retire Ziggy Stardust.
- Hang on to Yourself (Live)
- Ziggy Stardust (Live)
- Watch That Man (Live)
- Wild Eyed Boy from Freecloud (Live)
- All the Young Dudes (Live)
- Oh! You Pretty Things (Live)
- Moonage Daydream (Live)
- Space Oddity (Live)
- Changes (Live)
- My Death (Live)
- Cracked Actor (Live)
- Time (Live)
- The Width of a Circle (Live)
- Let’s Spend the Night Together (Live)
- Suffragette City (Live)
- White Light/White Heat (Live)
- Farewell Speech (Live)
- Rock ‘N’ Roll Suicide (Live)
- Andino – Arre Caballito
- Manzanita Boogaloo – Arre Caballito
- Por Fin Me Sacaron A Bailar – Arre Caballito
- Ondas Del Lago – Arre Caballito
- Carioco – Arre Caballito
- La Parada – Arre Caballito
- Arre Caballito – Arre Caballito
- La Pampa Y La Puna – Arre Caballito
- La Gallinita – Arre Caballito
- El Hueleguiso – Arre Caballito
- El Zambito Rumbero – Arre Caballito
- Garabato – Arre Caballito
- Vírgenes del Sol – Arre Caballito
Editorial: Meier Ramirez
vinyl 12″ (50 loops)
eslóganes de candidatos presidenciales
En el 2016, José Luis Martinat en colaboración con Meier Ramírez realiza el primer proyecto sonoro de la editorial: un vinilo de 12” el cual contiene una selección de cincuenta “loops” de lemas electorales extraídos de la historia política peruana.
Los lemas buscan transmitir sentimientos profundos de esperanza, repitiendo estratégicamente palabras como “cambio” y “transformación”. Palabras que evocan un movimiento hacia adelante, una marcha hacia el progreso, la idea de un país con futuro.
Estos eslóganes fueron expresamente creados para ser leídos y escuchados insistentemente. El tiempo demostraría que estas promesas difundidas no eran más que falsos mantras políticos.