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Agoraphonia – World Listening Day 2016

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Agoraphonia World Listening Day 2016

World Listening Day 2016 / AGORAPHONIA / Francesco Giannico & Giulio Aldinucci – 18 Jul 2016

** available on https://dronarivm.bandcamp.com/album/agoraphonia**

To celebrate the listening practices of the world and the ecology of its acoustic environments Dronarivm is pleased to announce the release AGORAPHONIA

Agoraphonia is a project created by musicians Francesco Giannico and Guilio Aldinucci, together with the label Dronarivm. After a big web call for people to send them recordings made in public squares, finally they will release an
album made using these unique audio recordings becouse a town square is an open public space commonly found in the heart of a traditional town and used for community gatherings. Based on this basic perspective, it is easy to notice how the soundscape of this living center could represent not only
sonically, but also from a cultural point of view, a priceless document.

Thanks to audio contributors:
Gianmarco del re | Andrea Ricci | Nobodisoundz | in Piazza V.Emanuele, Valloria, Italy | Fabio R.Lattuca | Paolo Monti | João Mascaro | Luca Bonaccorsi | Roberto Galati/Federico Mosconi | Emile Milgrim | Sound Awakener | Michel Rigati | BlancaRego | Betta Porro & Max Jurcev | Ana Maria Romano G. in Plaza de Mayo | Paolo Besagno | Davide Di Francesco |
Giuseppe Cantelmo | Michel Rigati

Thanks to photo contributors:
Dimitris Kolyris | Emilia Yanakiev | Giuseppe Trotta | Lyudmil Yanakiev | Ted Martin Consoli | Ava Vessileva | Philippe Neau


Human Scapes Festival

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Very excited for this, I will perform in this amazing festival on September, save the date.

more info:

Human Scapes Festival, Bari and Lecce, from 21st to 27th September.


HumanScapes is a festival that combines musical and visual experimentation through the realisation of two dedicated events taking place at the Cineporto of Bari and Lecce. Both ventures draw inspiration from the “Transtv” audiovisual fund, developed through the project “Oggetti Smarriti”, consisting of about 50 hours of amateur and home videos shot in 8mm, Super8 and 16
mm over a time span going back to the 40s up to the 80s. A precious heritage of exceptional value we intended to promote and revisit through the artistic contribution of some of the most engaging talents in the Italian electronic music scene.
HumanScapes was realized thanks to Archivio Italiano dei Paesaggi Sonori and the art label Oak Editions as well as with the support of Apulia Film Commission and Regione Puglia.