Sunday 14 May 2017, 7.30pm

RESTERECORDS PRESENTS: MATSCHULAT + LUCA NASCIUTI + ROCIO CANO VALIÑO

MATSCHULAT
Adam Matschulat is a sound artist and composer from Sao Paulo, Brasil. Living in London since 2007 he produces experimental music with influences rooted in musique concrete, industrial noise and acousmatic music. His performances contrast with his studio work as it focuses on using the space and unfolds with improvised electronic processing. He will be presenting new work titled 'Confusion pt I of III'.
https://matschulat.bandcamp.com


LUCA NASCIUTI

Luca Nasciuti is an artist and composer based in London. He uses field recordings to build complex soundscapes. His sound is urgent and physical, rooted in the natural and man-made sources he employs. He performs his music internationally and he has worked extensively with theatre, dance, and film. His latest installation ‘Domestic Green’ was developed in residency with RSPB Scotland and presented at Kelvingrove Museum in Glasgow in September 2016, and his most recent collaboration with Italian choreographer Daniel Albanese premiered in February 2017 at the Festival Les Hivernales in Avignon. He is releasing a new body of work with Resterecords that questions ideas of Nature and the Antropocene.
http://www.lucanasciuti.com

ROCIO CANO VALIÑO
Rocio Cano Valiño was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina in 1991. The young composer has attracted considerable attention as her work “El Sendero hacia lo Profundo” received The Audience Award in the Luigi Russolo Contest in 2014. It was also selected for the “Primer Encuentro de Música Contemporánea” at the National University of Arts in Argentina and in MUSLAB 2016 in Mexico.

She has also been commissioned to create electroacoustic quadraphonic work for the festival Bahía[in]Sonora 2015. The piece was then selected by the International Congress on Science and Music Technology (Argentina, 2015), Zéppelin Festival 2015 (España), MUSLAB 2015 (Mexico), Sonosíntesis Internacional Festival 2016 (Mexico), II Electroacoustic Music Festival of the Catholic University 2016 (Chile) and SIME 2016 (France). Rocio will soon be moving to France to continue her studies.
https://soundcloud.com/rocio-cano/