13 Nov 2007 | Julianna Barwick

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The New York-based musician Julianna Barwick chose the voice as her main instrument.
With only the help of a guitar pedal with a loop feature she wrote "Sanguine", a homemade collection of short but beautiful circular and ethereal songs. The interview and in-studio performance was recorded some weeks ago, during Julianna Barwick's first European tour. Exploratory choir music?

A norte-americana Julianna Barwick elegeu a voz como intrumento de eleição. Com o auxilio de uma pedaleira que lhe permite gravar e repetir frases, compôs o disco caseiro "Sanguine" - reunião de curtas, mas belas canções circulares. A entrevista e a sessão musical com Julianna Barwick foi registada aquando da sua estreia no nosso país, integrada, a nosso convite, no Festival Inversions. Musica coral exploratória?

PS. Quarta, na Antena 3 (22h-23h), o terceiro especial Má Fama, desta vez dedicada aos Lobster.

10 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thanks for featuring this amazing artist.

4:30 am  
Blogger Tara said...

julianna is circular sunshine. such beautiful and inspiring music.

3:42 pm  
Blogger alias pail said...

awesome, thanks so much for this!

4:48 pm  
Blogger pandanoid android said...

muito bom:)

10:41 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thank you for this.

http://www.pitchforkmedia.com/page/forkcast/47085-julianna-barwick-dancing-with-friends-live-on-m-fama-mp3stream
http://gorillavsbear.blogspot.com/2007/11/burial-remixes-bloc-party-other-stuff.html

1:22 am  
Blogger Hug The DJ said...

estragas-nos com mimos...

:)

6:27 pm  
Blogger Sérgio Hydalgo said...

I'm glad you liked it as much as I did! Thank you for sharing it.

Sérgio

1:58 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey, I like your blog a lot. One thing, though. Would it be possible to separate the sessions into individual tracks?

10:30 pm  
Blogger Sérgio Hydalgo said...

"Hey, I like your blog a lot. One thing, though. Would it be possible to separate the sessions into individual tracks?"

Thank you. What do you mean? Separate the songs in individual tracks? This is a radioshow, not a mp3 blog. Perhaps one day I'll choose one song as an appetizer.

3:19 am  
Blogger Sabaidee said...

beautiful work !!!

10:48 pm  

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