Tag: Marcelo Acosta

New Release: NUUMU CODE: MEA CULPA

This is the first recorded work of NUUMU PROJECT. The band is an open project around a core of founding members coming from Zero de Conducta. Their aim is to play with guests exploring the possibilities of improvisation of all sorts. Jordi Buscà, guitar, drums & vocals ; Ayis Kelpekis, alto sax, tsambouna, zourna & percussions ; Jaume Martín, keyboard, guitar & drums ; Josep Vila, voice ; Antoni Robert, guitar, synthesizer, drums & percussions ; Pepe Ruz, fretless electric bass & drums ; Marcelo Acosta, 7 strings electric bass & guitar.

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Extreme Comfort by Zero de Conducta featuring Marcelo Acosta. 2018.

Extreme Comfort by Zero de Conducta featuring Marcelo Acosta. Marcelo Acosta, bass & synthesized bass, Sir Pere Canals, guitar, offscope Jordi Buscà, guitar, vocals, Dr Antoni Robert, guitar, Captain General Enric Solà, drums, Montserrat Marfany, inspirations, Jaume Martín, influence, 14-7-2018 at Garcilaso, Barcelona. Images: El Hotel Electrico of Segundo de Chomón (1908) Produced by Captain Solà for ZdC.

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“Bustling Butterflies” by Zero de Conducta, featuring Marcelo Acosta; 14-7-2018

Marcelo Acosta, bass & synthesized bass; Sir Pere Canals, guitar; offscope Jordi Buscà, guitar, vocals; Dr Antoni Robert, guitar; Captain General Enric Solà, drums; Montserrat Marfany, inspirations; Jaume Martín, influence; 14-7-2018 at Garcilaso, Barcelona Images: 1895-1908 Loie Fuller’s Serpentine Dance. ZdC joining efforts with Marcelo “Mr. Loop” Acosta!!!  A killer bassist and loops & drones experimenter. And using the advanced images of Loie Fuller (1862-1928). https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Loie_Fuller   https://soundcloud.com/the-daily-loops-project  https://zerodeconducta.bandcamp.com/   https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCfwcfTwSpC4WCA4YKewUL2Q/videos?view_as=subscriber

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OME ACÚSTIC AT THE BCN IMPROFEST – 1ST MARCH 2017

As usual a very adequate comment coming from a careful observer, Dave Foxhall. Juan Crek: objects, flutes, vocals, percussion Marcelo Acosta: cavaquinho, plastic clarinet, metallophone Joana Brabo: piano, vocals, objects offscope Jordi Buscà: guitar Sir Pere Canals: piano, vocals, flutes Eli Gras: homemade instruments, toys, ukelele Montserrat Marfany: vocals, bourou, flutes, objects Jaume Martín: xylophone, glockenspiel, percussion Andrés Noarde: guitar, tibetan bowl Boris Porter: homemade slide trombone, objects Dr Antoni Robert: guitar, shakers, Tibetan bowl, tingsha, whistles Enric Solà: drums and distillates Follow the link in order to see the comment in “a jazz noise” blog. http://ajazznoise.com/ome-acustic-at-the-bcn-improfest-1st-march-2017/ Follow this link in order to listen to the concert:

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OME Acústic (last performance) Hasta luego y gracias por el pescado. 1-3-2017

Shared from OME Acustic channel. Sessió en directe (en el Impro Fest 2017), amb la participació de Juan Crek, Andrés Noarde, Boris Porter, Eli Gras, Jordi Buscà, Marcelo Acosta, Joana Brabo, Pere Canals, Enric Solà, Jaume Martín, Montserrat Marfany, Antoni Robert i la inestimable presencia i dibuixos de Joan Claparols. 1 de març de 2017 This was OME Acústic farewell performance. A quiet but intense performance. A pleasure having been a member for more than one year. 6 unforgettable sessions. This one came out a bit meditative.

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The Deep Drone Experience. Marcelo Acosta. 10-6-2016. La Perrockia. Barcelona.

The Deep Drone Experience en La Perrockia Marcelo Acosta : sintetizadores Viernes 10 de Junio 20hs. La Perrockia c/ Francolí 60 Que es la drone music? Como se hace un drone? Con que instrumentos se realiza? Hoy día cuando mencionamos la palabra “drone” se la suele asociar con esos pequeños aviones no tripulados, controlados por control remoto. Pero el drone también es un tipo de practica musical basada en sonidos largos y sostenidos. Se la puede encontrar en gran parte de las músicas ancestrales del mundo como los ragas de la música de la india o la gagaku japonesa por solo citar un par de ellas. A mediados del siglo 20 muchos compositores que seguían corrientes como el minimalismo se sintieron atraídos por este tipo de practica y comienzan a investigar en las posibilidades sonoras de la drone music, compositores como La Monte Young, Steve Reich y Philip Glass, Eliane

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