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Carlos Casas // Kamana LP + CD + 7 "/ LP + CD

Carlos Casas // Kamana LP + CD + 7 "/ LP + CD

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Carlos Casas, an acoustic artist from Barcelona, ​​Spain, who has announced in the past from Matiere Memoire and Canti Magnetici, has received the latest record + CD + 2021 "released on the British jungle label Discrepant in September 9.

This work shows them as he lives with the indigenous Aeta people in the Zambales region of the Philippines.A multi-format work inspired by culture and tradition.

Sonic changing from reality to imagination, from transcription to syncretism, from concrete to abstractContains 7 Exorcism songs. The CD contains field recordings collected locally, and the 7" contains an interview with a bat hunter. DL code included.

The following is a commentary by the writer himself.

"Kamana is a tribute to the Aeta community that welcomed me years ago. Despite being devastated by the 1991 eruption of Mt. I was fascinated by the resilience and connection to the land of people who survived by farming and hunting bats and wild pigs, and spent a few weeks living with them collecting important field recordings and sounds. This release is an archival document that is accessible to everyone and provides a window into the lives of this unique community, as well as evoking the memories and emotions of living with them in the jungle. It's also an audio diary to wake you up."

Labels and other worksplease use this form. ///Click here to see more Discrepant releases available at Tobira.

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Vinyl LP with printed inners + special CD only mix.

Tracklist:

  1. Pugot Pugot 07:39
  2. Panilan 06:32                                  
  3. Kamote 10:15                                  
  4. Lahar 06:54                                  
  5. Torture Dance 06:29                
  6. Talipi 08:04                                  
  7. Ingalu 10:10                                  

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Text by Discrepant:

"Kamana is a multiformat release inspired by and channeling the culture and traditions of the Aeta, an indigenous group from the Zambales region in the Philippines. One of the oldest inhabitants of the region the Aetas are also some of the most fascinating and ancient nomadic and hunter An (un) real Sonic Exorcism filled with Ancestral Frequencies, Haunted Ghosts and other animistic spirits roaming the Pinatubo forests.

The release features a series of materials released in different formats from the Field recording digital only release, an LP and CD release to a special 7inch vinyl featuring an Interview with a bat hunter.
“Kamana is a long due homage to the Aeta community that hosted me a few years back, fascinated by the endurance of these people and their connection to their land, devastated by the eruption of the Pinatubo volcano in 1991, they continued to go back to Living with them for weeks, I managed to capture some essential field recordings and sounds that form and com-pose the basis for this release, from the more reprocessed and interpreted LP It is meant to be accessible to all and provide a window to the livelihoods of these unique communities. For this reason, this release serves as both an archival document and a syncretic one, trying to channel memories and feelings of living in these jungles whilst listening to their stories as well as witnessing their lifestyles. ””

Artist: Carlos Casas

Label: Discrepant

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Carlos Casas, an acoustic artist from Barcelona, ​​Spain, who has announced in the past from Matiere Memoire and Canti Magnetici, has received the latest record + CD + 2021 "released on the British jungle label Discrepant in September 9.

This work shows them as he lives with the indigenous Aeta people in the Zambales region of the Philippines.A multi-format work inspired by culture and tradition.

Sonic changing from reality to imagination, from transcription to syncretism, from concrete to abstractContains 7 Exorcism songs. The CD contains field recordings collected locally, and the 7" contains an interview with a bat hunter. DL code included.

The following is a commentary by the writer himself.

"Kamana is a tribute to the Aeta community that welcomed me years ago. Despite being devastated by the 1991 eruption of Mt. I was fascinated by the resilience and connection to the land of people who survived by farming and hunting bats and wild pigs, and spent a few weeks living with them collecting important field recordings and sounds. This release is an archival document that is accessible to everyone and provides a window into the lives of this unique community, as well as evoking the memories and emotions of living with them in the jungle. It's also an audio diary to wake you up."

Labels and other worksplease use this form. ///Click here to see more Discrepant releases available at Tobira.

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Vinyl LP with printed inners + special CD only mix.

Tracklist:

  1. Pugot Pugot 07:39
  2. Panilan 06:32                                  
  3. Kamote 10:15                                  
  4. Lahar 06:54                                  
  5. Torture Dance 06:29                
  6. Talipi 08:04                                  
  7. Ingalu 10:10                                  

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Text by Discrepant:

"Kamana is a multiformat release inspired by and channeling the culture and traditions of the Aeta, an indigenous group from the Zambales region in the Philippines. One of the oldest inhabitants of the region the Aetas are also some of the most fascinating and ancient nomadic and hunter An (un) real Sonic Exorcism filled with Ancestral Frequencies, Haunted Ghosts and other animistic spirits roaming the Pinatubo forests.

The release features a series of materials released in different formats from the Field recording digital only release, an LP and CD release to a special 7inch vinyl featuring an Interview with a bat hunter.
“Kamana is a long due homage to the Aeta community that hosted me a few years back, fascinated by the endurance of these people and their connection to their land, devastated by the eruption of the Pinatubo volcano in 1991, they continued to go back to Living with them for weeks, I managed to capture some essential field recordings and sounds that form and com-pose the basis for this release, from the more reprocessed and interpreted LP It is meant to be accessible to all and provide a window to the livelihoods of these unique communities. For this reason, this release serves as both an archival document and a syncretic one, trying to channel memories and feelings of living in these jungles whilst listening to their stories as well as witnessing their lifestyles. ””

Artist: Carlos Casas

Label: Discrepant