Gijón’s Town Council Youth Desk and L.E.V. Festival have organized a workshop directed by Asturian musician Skygaze about the different methodologies in musical production, and the relationships between music and architecture.
The workshop, aimed at young people, will take place at the La Laboral Old Kitchen on Saturday May 4 at 6 PM.
The workshop will be divided in two parts. In the first one, Jaime Tellado will talk about the links he has discovered through his career which connect his two professional disciplines: music and architecture.
The second part, more didactic, will be focused on the different methodologies used to produce a song, stressing the “sampling” technique as a key element of the whole process.
He will also share with the audience his personal experiences about make a living out of music through online platforms.
Date: Saturday May 4, 2019
Schedule: From 6 to 7:30 PM
Location: La Laboral Old Kitchen
It is not necessary to buy a Festival ticket to access the workshop.
Open enrollment till April 25
Age: from 18 to 35
Skygaze is the musical alter ego of Jaime Tellado, an architect who loves music since he was a child.
He started creating music in 2013, and since then he has played live in festivals such as Sonar, L.E.V. or MIRA, and on several streaming platforms like Boiler Room or Captcha.
In 2015 he played in the Red Bull Music Academy BassCamp event held in Madrid.
He has released music in many different labels, such as Love Our Records, Neonized, Solid Tapes, or Riverette.
Skygaze’s diverse music uses abstract beat-construction as a starting point to create slow tempos influenced by jazzy hip-hop, or more dance-oriented house or juke tracks
La Laboral Old Kitchen
Freedom by SKYGAZE