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Written by Guillermo Escudero   
Sunday, 23 March 2008
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Ákos Garai, “Pilis”, 3Leaves, 2009


Ákos Garai, “Pilis”, 3Leaves, 2009

Ákos Garai es un grabador sonoro que reside en Budapest y comenzó como batero en varios grupos de grindcore. En 1995 cambia su estilo musical hacia el avant-garde y la música electro acústica.
En 201 comenzó a componer editando dos CD-R ["Fjern Hjem" (Private, 2002) y "Til Ødslig Horisont" (Trente Oiseaux, 2005)] y colaboró con un tema para el compilado "Essays on Radio: Can I Have Two Minutes of Your Time? (Cronica Electronica, 2005).
“Pilis” es una edición limitada artesanal de 150 copias en formato CD-R que publica 3Leaves, sello de Garai.
El disco está basado en registros de campo realizados en el bosque Pilis, al norte de Budapest en donde Ákos Garai grabó corrientes de agua y la vida silvestre de este lugar natural y que fue declarado Parque Nacional. También le agregó capas de sonidos generados por computador, produciendo sutiles armonías y ritmos.
www.akosgarai.com

Noviembre 2009
Guillermo Escudero

Ákos Garai is a sound recordist based in Budapest who started in 1993 as a drummer in various grindcore bands. In 1995 he’s musical approach changed to the avant-garde and electroacoustic music.
In 2001 he began experimental composition releasing two CD-R’s ["Fjern Hjem" (Private, 2002) and "Til Ødslig Horisont" (Trente Oiseaux, 2005)], and an appearance in the "Essays on Radio: Can I Have Two Minutes of Your Time? (Cronica Electronica, 2005) label compilation.
“Pilis” comes out as a limited run of 150 copies released on CD-R on 3Leaves Garai’s label, all hand-made.
The album is based in field recordings taken in Pilis, a forest at the north of Budapest where Ákos Garai recorded streams of water and the wild life of this natural place which is declared as a National Park. Also he adds computer generated layers into the recordings, producing subtle microscopic harmonies and rhythm.
www.akosgarai.com

November 2009
Guillermo Escudero
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