Neural Xolotl Audio MX 2013


Neural Xolotl is a response to violence and authoritarianism in Mexico, a kind of anesthetic echo of tenderness. I attended bass and jazz theory lessons with Aaron Cruz, and SuperCollider lessons with Hernani Villasenor at CENART. Recently, I'm in a Master Program on Music Technology at UNAM. Some of my pieces have been selected for national and international festivals.

Ulular Mambo is a lullaby to the violence growing in the world. It's a tribute to dogs (representing all animals) and childhood (representing humankind), because both of them have been murdered, tortured, abandoned and forgotten. This is a tender supplication for peace, a processed soundscape in which noise, music, and nature sounds, are searching for an impossible spiritual unity.

(Note: water sampler it's used under Brunhild Ferrari's permission, this sound is absent in WoodWalk Area).