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Federico Durand :: A Traves Del Espejo (12k)

The music is as beautiful as it is introspective, like a small window of antique glass looking right into Federico’s soul, allowing the listener to explore a mysterious, invisible world that suddenly appears. After a series of amazing releases on awesome labels such as Spekk, Own Records, Home Normal, Desire Path and White Paddy Mountain, […]

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Chihei Hatakeyama & Federico Durand :: Magical Imaginary Child (White Paddy Mountain)

Equipped with only cassette player and guitar, respectively, the duo first lay low, moving unmarked through a sunken lane in the landscape, shoulder-high, green embankments veined with knotty roots, worn by the erosion of rolling tape hiss. Then they took flight. While visiting Japan, Argentina’s Federico Durand spent some time with Chihei Hatakeyama. Equipped with only cassette player and guitar, respectively, […]

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Tegh & Kamyar Tavakoli / Federico Durand :: Double review (Hibernate)

Newly emergent from Hibernate come low-light Tehran tone-tweakers, Shahin Entezami & Kamyar Tavakoli, with an EP, Through the Winter Woods, and bright-eyed Buenos Aires bard, Federico Durand, with a digital upgrade of a limited tape, Música para Manuel. Through the Winter Woods by Tehran twosome, Shahin Entezami (aka Tegh) and Kamyar Tavakoli, previously solo (for example, Night Scenes and “A Glimpse“) and ensemble as Artirial, charts a new communion, ‘looking to branch […]

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Federico Durand & Melodía :: Double review (Spekk/Kaico)

The theme of ‘blurry childhood memories’ is something of a go-to emotion pool for a current breed of ambient and electro-acoustic musicians. It’s one Federico Durand has drawn from over a number of releases from first Spekk outing, La Siesta del Ciprés, through others on Own, Home Normal, and Desire Path. Hosted by Spekk he goes there once more for El Estanque Esmeralda, revisiting […]

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Park Avenue Music & Cuushe :: Double review

Park Avenue Music :: For Your Home or Office (Mü-Nest) A very welcome re-release. Because of its nifty, “That Girl” modernist advertising art (its layout slightly tweaked to make it just right and stretched into skinny pocket book format) and because it is a real little pearl, one that listeners cherished when it was first […]

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