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Nicolás Carrasco

April 4, 2009

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                  Nicolás Carrasco Díaz was born in 1980, Santiago, Chile. He started making music in 1993, studied composition from 1999 to 2005 and started playing improvised music in 2004. He has played in Ensamble Majamama, Cariñito 3, mm, Lluviadenoviembre, Cremino & Babarruá, ensamble ala1RECS and other ad […]

Edén Carrasco

April 4, 2009

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                  Edén Carrasco was born in 1982, Valparaíso, Chile. He started saxophone lessons at the age of twelve and in 2008 he obtained the High Performance in Saxophone degree, at the conservatory of Universidad de Chile. He practices free improvisation since year 2000 and has played in […]

Tim Blechmann

April 3, 2009

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Born in Bilefeld in 1981. Studied studies of physics & computer sciences, universities of Tübingen and Stuttgart in 2001- 2004; studies of electroacoustic music at Institute for computer based music and electronic media with Wolfgang Musil; since 2005 studies of computer sciences at Vienna univerity of technology and since 2007 studies of digital arts at […]

Luka Juhart

April 3, 2009

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After graduating from the music high school in Maribor under Professor Andrej Lorber, Luka Juhart enrolled in the Trossingen School of Music in Germany, where he studied with Professor Hugo Noth. In 2005, he obtained his graduate degree in music education, and in 2006, his artistic degree. In 2008, he completed his post-graduate studies in […]

Taku Unami

April 3, 2009

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Taku Unami: guitar/laptop/composition was born in Tokyo, Japan, in 1976. He is a composer and improviser working with assorted stringed instruments, including the guitar, bandolin, and contraguitar, laptop and vibrating objects (from which he amplifies the inaudible vibrations). Despite being linked to minimal improvisation his music is hardly classifiable, being able to surprise listeners on […]

Stasis Duo:

April 3, 2009

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Stasis Duo: (L’Innomable, 2010)  cd-r Matthew Earle: mixing board, electronics Adam Süssmann: guitar, electronics thanks: D. Haines, Caleb K, Joyce Hinterding Edition of 150 copies