Live sound set with sound-reactive visuals made with Unity, 3D scanning and photogrammetry.
Project developed in residency at Oudeis (Le Vigan, France). Thanks to Eufònic Festival and Institut Ramon Llull.
Silicone is based on a simple idea: acquire data to develop a new reality from it.
Twisting facts and manipulating reality is like medicine: it works when you get the right dose at the right time. Nothing new. Managed outcomes brought us to this post-political world, but at the end of the day, this process is inherent to human condition. We’ve seen this before in last USA election, Brexit, dictatorships, tulip mania, religious texts, cave paintings. Control of narrative is more important than narrative per se.
VISUAL ENGINE FOR VASELINE
Sound-reactive visuals made with Unity, 3D scanning and photogrammetry.
01. Guru 02:02
02. Emulation Layer I 02:21
03. Leak 01:01
04. Registry 02:19
05. Risk Patterns 01:36
06. Debt 01:11
07. Optimistic Model 01:12
08. Fluid Simulation 01:14
09. Emulation Layer II 02:21
10. Chemically Erasing a Hard Drive 01:52
11. Hyperledger 01:40
12. Monitoring Activity 03:03
13. Emulation Layer III 01:20
14. Mindwarp 00:54
15. Break 01:19
Memory No. 36 Recordings
Bandcamp / Spotify
Lubrication. Distance. Cohabitating. Loss of self. Synthesis as present. Sampling as past. Not in the future. Mediocre. Cowardice. Dehumanization. Blurring of message. Filtering and relaxation. Non-movement. Very fucking real sim city. Populism. Tyranny. Nationalism. Altered state. Reality immitation. Privacy. Self-imposed censorship. FM sound. Political correctness. How we receive information. Quantized. Processed. Emulation. The way we relate to other people. VST. Randomness. Parodies. Its been something latent for years. Softness. Work. Opinion. Criticism. Nice short polyphony note stopping effect. Cultural equality. Synesthesia. Recurring problems. Vaseline.
Videos made with Google Tango, photogrammetry and Unity
TIUmag / AQNB / Paralelo 3 (RNE3) / Club Marabú (Dublab.es) / Tiny Mix Tapes / Dying Songs (Dublab) / Trevor Jackson (NTS) / L'Hora Hac (Ràdio Flix) / Gimme Tinnitus / Dying Songs (Dublab) 2 / TIUmag (interview) / Ara Play (cover/int.) / Kaltblut Magazine / Rockdelux / RBMA Bamboleo / Vericuetos (Radio Kras) / Dying Songs (Dublab) 3 / RBMA Bamboleo 2 / Vericuetos (Radio Kras) 2 / Crash Symbols (New New World Radio) / Artefacte / Audio Pervert / Fade Out Music
EVERYTHING IS GOING TO BE OK
- OUTTAKES FROM VASELINE
DATA CENTER X
01. Groundbreaking / Shoulder 05:55
02. Ruins 02:14
03. Tanz 01:51
04. Data Center 01:27
05. Canicula 02:37
06. NOT 05:31
07. NAND 03:00
08. XOR 01:47
09. Multiplex 04:24
CC BY-NC-ND / Released by Boira Discos
Bandcamp / Free Music Archive / Resonate.is
Cover design by Vik Autofocus
Tanz is somewhere between Cnossos palace and skyscrapers before 9/11, in a VR space build in media limbo. The air is fulfilled with melancholy and desires of keeping human structures on foot.
Groundbreaking/Shoulder excerpts appearing in Flykten (2016), documentary about Syrian refugees.
Data Center excerpt appearing in The Hundy (2016), by Seth Williams.
Some guy shot this ambush in GTA V with Multiplex :D
TIUmag / TIUmag 2 / ShookDown / TIUmag 3 / Núvol de Fum (Ràdio Mollet) / Núvol de Fum 2 / RBMA Bamboleo / RBMA Bamboleo 2 / Lapsus (RNE3) / Paralelo3 (RNE3) / Vericuetos (Radio Kras) / L'Hora Hac (Ràdio Flix)
01. Sun (Panorama) 05:04
02. I (Melter) 01:59
03. Save Young Cells (Son) 01:58
04. A 03:36
05. Nothing To Put In 02:31
06. Gate 03:00
07. R (Broken Fingers) 03:54
08. U 02:06
09. Pattern (Iteration) 04:32
CC BY-NC-ND / Self-released / Reissued by Boira Discos
Bandcamp / Resonate.is