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BSMS No.14: Igor Moriya Duo & Stefano Ronchi
Noize Fabrik is happy to present the 14th edition of our monthly Berlin Street Music Showcase, this time with Brazilian guitarist Igor Moriya (+ special guest) and Italian blues musician Stefano Ronchi!
Igor Seiji Moriya
At age 12, Igor began his studies of classical guitar at the Conservatory in Brazil. A few years later he started playing jazz guitar in the same conservatory. He entered in the Guitar course at the Foundation of Arts in Brazil. Participated in workshops with guitarist Maria Livia San Marcos, Jason Vieux, Ralph Towner and Alieksey Vianna. He graduated in classical guitar in the year 2012, with the guidance of professor Paulo Porto Alegre and 7 string guitar with professor Edmilson Capelupi at EMESP. As a guitarist, he performed at Elis Regina Theater, Japanese Immigration Festival, Virada Esportiva, Metro Encounters Project, FENAC (Song Festival), Elói Mendes Song Festival, HotSpot Movement, Sao Paulo City Hall and has already performed at corporate events at companies such as Unilever and Micro Focus. As a bandolinist he played at the some Festival for new composers. Accompanied several singers focusing on the repertoire of samba, choro, jazz and bossa. He has also performed as a solo guitarist and as a 7 string guitarist. He currently is doing his master’s degrees in jazz at Franz Liszt College and also taking classical guitar lessons with Ricardo Gallén.
Blues guitarist and singer, voted to american roots music from ’20 & ’30, from Ragtime and Early Jazz to the dirty sounds of Delta Blues. I play electric and resonator guitars, also poor and simple homemade instruments, followin’ the tradition and history of real blues musicians from Mississippi..3, 4 & 6 strings guitars built with cigars and wine boxes, old wooden suitcases used as footdrums, and many more.
LRS #DreamPop/Alt-Dance: Mixophrygian & Annie Barker
The Icelandic solo artist Mixophrygian makes the sort of music that brings you out of yourself. They boast dreamy vocals that layer over the smooth electro synth production. (Emily Branson - Mytacism Music) He showcases a lush and relatively funky sound guided by his deeply sonorous vocals and impressively sleek production. Treading in a similarly nocturnal and ice-cold electro-pop realm as the likes of Sally Shapiro, Junior Boys, Benji Hughes, and James Blake. (Mike Mineo - Obscure Sound)
Annie Barker is a singer/producer from Los Angeles, currently living in Berlin via the UK. In the 2000’s, Annie sang in jazz clubs and recorded a jazz EP which was produced by Michael Gurley (dada). In 2007, Robin Guthrie (Cocteau Twins) produced her debut album Mountains and Tumult. In 2011 Annie released her follow-up EP, …for a better place., also produced by Guthrie, featuring a remix by the Danish Ambient/Shoegaze artist Manual (aka Jonas Munk). In 2012 she was featured on vocals on 4 and co-wrote 3 songs on Mitsuo Tate's (Cocteau Twins) FLat7 record Sweet Glow of Silence released on Sony Japan. She is currently working on a self- produced record.
Live Recording Session: Namuuna & I Have a Tribe
‘namuun’ means smooth/quiet/soft in mongolian.
bed room singer/song writer
working on her first ep
based in Berlin, Germany
Facebook Name: Namuuna
SC Link: https://soundcloud.com/namuuna-ariun
FB Link: https://www.facebook.com/pg/namuunaariun/
I Have A Tribe:
Dubliner Patrick O’Laoghaire aka I Have A Tribe calls himself an unfinished man, and he says it feels good to be an unfinished man. What he doubtlessly means is that he keeps learning, and that it will never stop. And, in all honestly, if this constant search for knowledge manifests itself in sounds like the ones from his latest project I Have A Tribe, one sincerely hopes the likeable Irishman never ceases to learn. His tracks have an organic, three-dimensional quality that lends them a rarely found sincerity; his music is, at times, fragile, with the sound of tender, dreamy chamber music – then it expands, careering forward and unfolding an unforeseen energy.