Söll is born out of error and conflict
Söll is Jorge Pandeirada, musician and composer from Portugal. Interested in the concepts of randomness and musical error. Pandeirada has a degree in Music Production and Electronic Music at ESART, Castelo Branco, and a Master in Multimedia and Sound Design at FEUP, Oporto.
In his second album, Söll looks at a delicate and upcoming theme: death.
“The music tenderly offered by Söll reveals an immense desire not to be satisfied with an inconsequential artistic experimentalism very typical of our day. In this second work you can feel the desire to transpose these superficial barriers by deepening the palette of sounds that it uses, the raw material used, the treatment and the final objective that it gives. Zar Aga Ta is environment, it is a slow and constantly changing cycle. It’s Time. Looking for Timbre, Sound. But it’s more than that. It is an open door to the artist’s intimacy and a further step in building the definition of what he wants to show the world. Proof that it is here to stay. For me, Zar Aga Ta is an electronic album to hear while sitting – or lying – with headphones or nothing less than a spectacular sound system.” by Manuel Brásio – Interferência.
Söll – Zar Aga Ta
The album was composed exclusively for the theatre play “Consummatum Est”, a reinterpretation from Joe Orton’s “Loot”.