18.1.06

Women + laptops

In a bit of a hurry right now but let's see:
Juana Molina is from Argentina and she's an important Tv comedian there. Rosario Blefari is also from Argentina, she acts, writes poems and runs her own label "fan discos".
Tujiko Noriko's collaboration with Takamasa entitled 28, took 5 years to create and the record was named after their age.
Bjork's "desired constellation" is my favorite track from Medulla, it was produced by Olivier Alary and the overall background textures and pulses are in fact manipulated voices from the icelandic choir.
TBA (Natalie Tusia Beridze) is a Goslab (collective) artist from Georgia and Eglantine Gouzy is a fatcat artist that lives in Paris. Phew... hope I didn't got anything wrong.

Tujiko Noriko & Aoki Takamasa - then the night comes
Bjork - desired constellation
TBA - smashed
Juana Molina - tres cosas
Rosario Blefari - partir y renunciar
Eglantine Gouzy - zone a

Painting: Idyll by Gustav Klimt

5 Comments:

  • At 5:18 PM, January 18, 2006, Blogger Moka said…

    Note: Yes, I did got something wrong... it's Aoki Takamasa not Aori Takasa....I'll correct it tomorrow...

     
  • At 7:34 AM, January 19, 2006, Blogger Makrugaik said…

    Cool trax. BTW: I really dig the video for Desired Constellation. Kinda relaxin'. I always think the dvd player's stuck at the begining though.

     
  • At 2:18 PM, January 19, 2006, Blogger Moka said…

    Aw, I've never seen the video for that song (didn't knew there was one)... I'll see if I can look for it somewhere around the web.

     
  • At 3:17 PM, January 19, 2006, Blogger Makrugaik said…

    It's on the double DVD release for Medulla. It's really worthwhile getting. It has about four or five videos and a documentary on the making of the album. It's got footage of Mike Patton and Rahzel in the studio and a making of the Triumph Of The Heart video. It's really cool checking out all those Icelanders sitting in a pub making crazy noises for the middle bit of the Triumph vid. Bjork just's sitting there trying to keep a straight face. She does an extensive interview about the album and they explain a whole bunch of stuff about how they struggled to mix it with the source material being mostly voices. It has a DVD audio version too. Damn essential!

     
  • At 1:22 AM, January 21, 2006, Blogger like a eagle said…

    also: Juana Molina is an absolute sweetheart!

    and Aoki Takamasa's work under the name of Silicom is quite good. good luck tracking it down!

     

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