Participation in Compilations
peterMann - n02-petermann (11.10) @ Noiselets (2018)
Noiselets is a fast paced adventure through randomness and chaos organized by the online records label Carpal Tunnel. Like an automatic scan in a broken radio receiver, we captured 7 different approaches to electronic noise music live over less than 90 minutes. Life is short.
peterMann - Go wild y’all (Atlanta) (1.00) @ Microtopies (2016)
Microtopies 2016 is the fifth world call for sonic miniatures launched by Gracia Territori Sonor to configure the yearly special edition of our weekly radio broadcasting Música i Geografia (FM Barcelona, Ràdio Gràcia). 46 artists and bands from 12 countries have participated in Microtopies 2016. The received miniatures have not been subjected to a selection process and they have been included following the strict order of arrival. When you’ll listen to them you will be able to travel through this utopian geography in the order preconfigured by chance, but you can create your own favourite selections as well.
peterMann - ldnsktch01 (London) (1.00) @ Microtopies (2015)
Microtopies 2015: 56 miniatures de música i geografia is the fourth world call of sonic miniatures launched by Gràcia Territori Sonor to configure an annual special edition of our weekly radio broadcasting program Música i Geografia (FM Barcelona, Ràdio Pica and Ràdio Gràcia). 56 artists and groups from 13 countries have participated in Microtopies 2015. The miniatures received haven’t been submitted to a selection process and have been included in strict order of arrival. When you hear them you’ll be able to travel this utopic geography in the order that chance has preconfigured.
peterMann - init11 (3.29) @ Electronic Music from Catalonia (2010)
Electronic Music from Catalonia 2010 is loaded with bright colours, with a heightened sense of modernist synthetics, and with the warmth and openness to cosmopolitan influences which is such a crucial aspect of Barcelona’s, and Catalunya’s, way of life. It’s a reminder that electronic music is not necessarily some enormous paradigm shift, but a subtle, digital continuation of dance and ritual forms that have persisted and survived for centuries.
Track: peterMann - init11