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Article on Underground Music in Lima Published in The Wire

An article I wrote for The Wire’s regular Global Ear column, focusing on the underground music scene in Lima, has been published in this month’s issue (#379). The piece looked at the reissuing of albums from Peru’s avant-garde in the 70s (namely Miguel Flores, César Bolaños, Arturo Ruiz del Pozo and Édgar Válcarcel) as well as new artists including Pauchi Sasaki and Liquidarlo Celuloide.

The issue is available here.


Sounds and Colours Peru Is Out Now!

medium-coverVery happy to be releasing the third publication from Sounds and Colours, a new book focusing on Peruvian music and culture. As with our previous titles this one includes a CD. However, as an interesting new addition we’ve included a DVD with this one, a collection of short films made by French film-maker Vincent Moon capturing Peruvian folk music.

I wrote a number of pieces for the book, as well as curating, editing and publishing it.

You can find out more about Sounds and Colours Peru by following this link: soundsandcolours.com/issues/sounds-and-colours-peru