- Sergio Sánchez
Jazznoize is a sonic artist who has been recording material since 2005. His projects meander around experimental music, from electroacoustic to industrial, transforming the acoustic environment that surrounds us all. His conception of sonic manipulation is that of a frontal fight against the old art and bourgeois values. His work is mainly based on capturing sound realities walking towards a complete conception of concrete music directly related to its historical time period. He considers himself an Iberian noise-maker, and has recorded for about twenty netlabels and independent labels in Europe and America. His music has been aired in Spanish National Radio programs as well as independent radio stations in countries like the Netherlands, Belgium, Peru, Poland, Venezuela, Argentina and Spain.
He has collaborated in World Listen Day (Radio Libre from Colombia, Sueño de Tesla, Self/Noise, Sonic Terrain from Colombia), in music series (CAM Cultural Hall in Alicante) performed at festivals (Experimentaclub, Estampa Sound-In, MIMAA, Nit Electro Sonora), cultural centers (Puertas de Castilla, Foro Artístico, Clínica Mundana, Plutón, Matadero de Madrid) and participated in Museums (Modern Art Museum in Buenos Aires).
He has also collaborated with artists such as Francisco López, Zan Hoffman, Hal McGee, Tsukiko Amakawa, Irene La Sen, Mark Cunningham, Carlos Suárez, Andrés Jankowski, Tina Gil, Javier Piñango, Miguel A. Ruiz, Truna, Juan Crek, Joan Bagés Rubí, Adrià Bofarull. He has written several silent film soundtracks (Jean Vigo, Murnau, Chomón, Christensen) and has shared the stage with Cluster, Francisco López, Soisong, Acid Mothers Temple, Most Significant Beat, Llorenç Barber, Ferrer-Molina, Darío Moratilla, Eduardo Polonio, Jorge Vicario, Daniel del Castillo, Guy-Marc Hinant, Tsukiko Amakawa, or Gundrut Gut among others.
He is also director of Intonarumori (Sound Art Association of Murcia) and his own netlabel is República Ibérica Ruidista (RIR)
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