is a composer and sound artist based in Madrid.

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Solstitium
Concerto para Plantas
Live In Taipei
HiperObjetos
Dios, Ministerio, Lluvia y Poder
TTIGII
TTIG

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>> Museo Centro de Arte Reina Sofia
>> C. Cultura Contemporánea CondeDuque
>> La Casa Encendida
>> Espacio Fundación Telefónica
>> Circulo de Bellas Artes de Madrid
>> Media Lab Prado
>> Tabakalera Donosti
>> SEMINCI Valladolid
>> Museo de la Memoria Montevideo
>> Heritage Space Hanoi
>> Meta House Phnom Penh
>> Sonic Dreams Festival Ireland
>> Wos Festival Santiago
>> Intramurs Valencia
>> Taipei Community Radio
>> Teatro Replika
>> La Pascasia Medellin
>> MOUTOU Kuala Lumpur

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Mark
TTIG

Digital

Self-edited
Year: 2015







(EN)       In November 2014 NegrøNegrø release TTIG (The Thrill isn't Gone), the first mini-EP self-published by the artist. After two maxis who experimented with sounds close to electronic blues, boleros and roots music with distortion, he works on this time with electronic music and various sounds of Jazz.

The experimentation with voices is different from the previous works, combining this time samples with recorded voice. Voice and lyrics are one more instrument in songs;  Are an element that is placed at the same height as the saxophones or synthesizers, modifying the piece, and this last one being the protagonist.



(SP)        En Noviembre de 2014 NegrøNegrø autoedita TTIS (The Thrill isn’t gone), el primer mini-EP autoeditado por el artista. Tras dos maxis que experimentaban con sonidos cercanos al blues electrónico, los boleros y músicas de raíz con distorsión, NN profundiza en esta ocasión en la electrónica y diversos sonidos del Jazz.

La experimentación con voces es distinta a los trabajos anteriores, combinando esta vez samples con voz grabada. Así, la voz y las letras funcionan como un instrumento más en las canciones; como un elemento que se sitúa a la misma altura que los saxofones o sintetizadores, modificando al conjunto, y resultando éste último el protagonista.



Mark