Emilian Gatsov is known for his music for theatre performances.
The specific characte of each work allows a wide range of styles and techniques, varying from short pieces to elongated soundscapes and from acoustic to totally artificial electronic palette.
“The Mimo hideout” uses a common approach of slightly processed sound documents combined in a manner that overcomes the actual fact and creates a reality both realistic and artificial.
An attempt at radio art, this program purposes to make you shake in your seat. You might get angry you might want to hug someone, you might want to cover your ears or you might just sit back and listen.
Our host, Kyd, thought its partly inappropriate that a foreigner be making a Bulgarian show so she invited a special Bulgarian guest. Donku is a private music teacher who trained at the Bulgarian National Academy for Music. He shared with us his thoughts about the sounds he was listening.
So join us and enjoy your waffles, glitches, creeping ivy and have the funniest 56 minutes ever.
Radia 031 is available in 2 versions from (only compression differs):
In this show i present two of the musical approaches i use in my works.
The first part deals with sound feedback and the ideas of sound behavior in an acoustical environment. I’ve developed a plain ‘instrument’ that is a combination of a play-telephone and sound feedback. So only with an amplifier two resonant boxes, cord and a pair of microphones i try to explore and show how the sound interfere in an environment. Getting result i find musical without controlling the sound and its properties, instead of setting up environment for it to evolve.
The second approach i show here deals with a bit opposite idea. A macro approach to sound where i use already existing music result (mainly music that has a status of ‘popular’) that i recontextualize with a small sound toy i programmed. I find this as a way to respond and recycle that aural information that is the dominant in the medias around me.
This show is a mixture of, recorded audio presentations i gave for the tools i developed at runme-dorkbot events, and the actual music results i produced.