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Jerome and Sylvie

Jerome and Sylvie

Jerome and Sylvie


Jerome and Sylvie, are the characters in the novel "Things" from the French writer Georges Perec, and they give them the name of the musical project of the Chilean Luis Iturra (Santaigo[/ tag] Chile[/ tag ]). Iturra, combining sounds from its formation from instrumental [/ tag] classical [/ tag] with experimental sounds and virtual instruments. His first record corresponded to " Family Recordings for All Purposes [/ album]"(downtempo and trip-hop Read more on Last.fm
Jerome and Sylvie, are the characters in the novel "Things" from the French writer Georges Perec, and they give them the name of the musical project of the Chilean Luis Iturra (Santaigo[/ tag] Chile[/ tag ]). Iturra, combining sounds from its formation from instrumental [/ tag] classical [/ tag] with experimental sounds and virtual instruments. His first record corresponded to " Family Recordings for All Purposes [/ album]"(downtempo and trip-hop [/ tag] with no vocals and lyrics) ; the next realease was " Vacinar EP [/ album]" (Noseyo Records 2007) in which departs from its predecessor, exploring close to ambient sounds and acoustic experimentation, then came the single " Siete (single) [/ album] "(Noseyo Records 2008) and" Re [/ album] "(Noseyo Records 2008). Currently promoting his latest album " Sucede [/ album]" (Noseyo Records 2009), this new production is distributed by two Chilean labels Noseyo [/ label] records and Aullidos Records [/ label] and is available for free download Official Web Site: http://www.noseyo.org Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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