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A new track and video for the series LOCKDOWN DIY PRODUCTIONS.
As usual, and as obliged in these strange times, everything is played, recorded, mixed by Mauro Basilio. The video is made of excerpts of old movies on the theme “belly dance”.
As an effect of lockdown, Mauro Basilio found himself obliged to create in solitude. This is the first track of a work-in-progress project, for soloist oud and other instruments.
Initially, it’s totally selfproduced : Mauro Basilio composes, plays all the instruments, records and mixes them. The video too is selfproduced, filmed just with a smartphone.
This first phase of the project takes the name of “Oud It Yourself”.
Then, another phase of the project will follow, in which the same tracks and others will be played by Mauro Basilio’s band.
Looking forward to when live music will be possible again.
June 25th 2020 is the digital release day of HAYEA’s first album, “Desde mi ventana”. Band members Claire Alloul and Mauro Basilio recorded this album in April 2020, in a venue on the outskirts of Paris during the lockdown. Claire Alloul accompanies her singing with the bendir, a percussion instrument from the Middle East and […]
A new solo project, very simple and very difficult: cello and beatbox, no electronics !
Everything is played live, everything at the same time. A light but powerful, melodic but groovy, minimal but original One Man Band.
Have a preview : https://youtu.be/q0ZA6dlDzsk
Un nouveau projet solo, très simple et très difficile : violoncelle et beatbox, pas d’électronique !
Tout joué live, tout au même temps. Un One Man Band à la fois léger et puissant, mélodieux et groovy, minimal et original.
Jetez un œil à une vidéo en avant-première : https://youtu.be/q0ZA6dlDzsk
The “Imaginary Africa Trio” album, recorded live at AZ Factory Studios in 2016, is out, under the label “Le Fondeur de Son”. With Mauro Basilio (cello, electronics, loops), Jean-François Petitjean (saxophones), Guillaume Arbonville (percussions). Recorded and premixed by Mauro Basilio, mixed by Julien Jacquin, drawn by Christoph N. Fuhrer.