residual noise drones and convoluted beats from the outskirts of the city

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/ Ana y las Romanoides
(o de las telepatías transaurales)

In Ana y las Romanoides (o de las telepatias transaurales), Ana María Romano G. redefines digital distortion and pushes it beyond 11. Slow and tense synthetic pulses and noise waves are met with reality, as captured in the artist's field recordings around the various struggles of women in Colombia. Created during the COVID-19 pandemic, the music reminds us our place at the brink of destruction.

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**Album Credits**

Released June 13, 2022.

En la mitad de la nada y en el borde de la piel V2 (26'21")

Online concert: Jefferson Park EXP (Chicago, United States), October 11, 2020

**Author**: Ana María Romano G.

**Recording**: Keith Helt

**Mastering**: Anna Xambó

An improvisation set using real-time electronic processing, synthesizer and electroacoustics. The recordings that I include come from pandemic soundscape recordings and some works that I composed in 2020 (Con el deseo a flor de calle, Respiraciones and Colibrí, the latter is part of the work Remota Yee, created by ENJAMBRE -Zoitsa Noriega, Gabriela Pardo, Rebeca Rocha, Rafael Arévalo and Ana María Romano G.-. The song that is heard is from Codiba Ña' and the testimony is from Kelly Peña).

A mundanear que el mundo se va a acabar (21'03")

Online concert from the Streamingfest III of Ciclo Ruido and TVL REC (Buenos Aires, Argentina), May 16, 2020

**Author**: Ana María Romano G.

**Recording**: Carlos Eduardo Quebrada Vásquez

**Mastering**: Anna Xambó

An improvisation set using real-time electronic processing, synthesizer and electroacoustics. The recordings that I include come from soundscape recordings and some of my works (Out of Nowhere, Incluye postre, Yo conozco tu locura porque también es la mía).

Design

**Artwork**: Carpal Tunnel

License

(CC BY-NC-SA 3.0) Ana María Romano G.