"This album is the gathering of three movements: my own, that of my surroundings and that of music, each of them offering different advice. In this delicate intersection between investigation and accident I ran into a method for generating music with my mobile, going down streets and shops or traveling by bus. Secretly making music out of reality. Hearing these loops superimposed on the indifferent drive of the city was particularly charming: I was both a listener and a creator at the same time, with both roles being dynamic and vague. This game, as much perverse as inocent, demanded a double-risk each time a sound was included, not only because it involved a destructive process which couldn't be reversed, but also because I was not aware of what was being included. In other words: I was composing on the dark, with both my surroundings and my anxiety tugging at me from both sides at the same time. This, in broad daylight and as part of the most worldly situations, can give reality a new kind of character. I think that maybe that's the best setting to listen to this album: to blend its prominence with everyday life, to make it part of the music, until one becomes the creator of those empty spaces which I hope you will find."
Guido Flichman (1986) is a musician and graphic designer born and based in Buenos Aires, Argentina. As an improviser he works with repetition, texture and error as fundamental devices, using sound as transformative agent of space. Since 2016 he's been the curator of the Festival del Microclima, a dynamic improvisation concert series for random ensembles. He's been a part of FAANTAASMAA (live cinema and audiovisual improvisation duo with Martín Carpaneto) and, since 2008, of the Termotank duo (with Matías Brunacci). He's also been managing since 2006 the website www.latinoise.com.ar, dedicated to making the latin american and Spanish-speaking experimental scene known - including concerts, workshops, activities or album releases.