Colombian sound explorer Lucrecia Dalt is widely regarded as one of today’s most adventurous and prolific artists in the field of experimental music. For her new album “No Era Solida” (RVNG Intl.), Lucrecia shifted away from the lyrical component, which heavily shaped her last LP Anticlines, for a more onomatopoeic approach, while searching for a new and direct urgency in her own voice.
In this episode of Calling in a Favour, Lucrecia and Julian discuss the importance of weaving a concept for each new body of work, the inspiration she draws from her immediate environment, and what it’s like to find out that Google translate turns your word-less lyrics into Christian sermon.
1. Lucrecia Dalt – Revuelta
2. Lucrecia Dalt – Disuelta
3. Lucrecia Dalt – Ser Boca
4. Lucrecia Dalt – Espesa
5. Lucrecia Dalt – Seca
6. Lucrecia Dalt – Coatlicue S.
7. Lucrecia Dalt – No era Solida
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