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69º54´S-135º12´E by Lauki

Album Description

Released:June 21st, 2011

Lauki is a Barcelona-based sound designer with a penchant for modern classical music and generative multimedia art. The coordiantes of 69º54´S-135º12´E point somewhere along the coast of Wilkes Land, Antarctica, to what Lauki describes as "the polar desert, another frontier of our planetary existence, a territory where only fools and heroes dare to go." The music on this recording manipulates classical instruments, including Heike Grafe's guest violin part on "Deconstrucción," through digital processing. 

Despite the record's sensation of a glacial stillness, it is a quick listen. Such is the nature of every release on Audio Gourmet, a UK-based netlabel specializing in records "that can be listened to in full during a standard working tea-break."


From Lauki's Bandcamp: 69º54´S-135º12´E - Coordinates scribbled on a map, lost, then recovered in the world of dreams. In the coldest region, the promise of breaking through the inner ice. The polar desert, another frontier of our planetary existence, a territory where only fools and heroes dare to go.

released 21 June 2011 on Audio Gourmet 

written and produced by Mikel Lauki.

collaborations: track 2 "deconstrucción". main violin - Heike Grafe.
original photograph by Sdroie
artwork design by Urtzi Ziarsolo
texts by Irantzu Piquero


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69º54´S-135º12´E by Lauki is licensed under a Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives (aka Music Sharing) 3.0 International License.
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Connacht on 06/26/14 at 11:57AM
Hey lauki,

I am surprised that you have had no comments on your music. I will share as much as I can. I have been looking for music for a collaborative project around the theme of Vetov's Man With A Movie Camera and working with other filmmakers and artists. I have already got some musicians on board which include Moby and would love to use some of your music in the film and will get in touch via email as soon as I have all the music chosen and the call for filmmakers finalized. In the meantime thanks for sharing your music and I look forward to working with you if this is possible, Clifford
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