La experimentación de C.O.U. se presentará en vivo en el Sónar

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COU experimentation will be presented live at Sónar

The musical and visual experimentation project COU (Universe Observation Center) will come to light in an unprecedented way in the next edition of the Sónar Festival

The full poster has already been published. Sonar 2024, and with it the projects that will be part of the festival apart from the artists have also been revealed. Among them is COU either Universe Observation Centera center of musical and visual experimentation that will be presented live for the first time at this event.

The creators of this proposal describe it as a state of constant investigation of the connection between the soul and frequencies, music and the eyes, the gut and the universe. COU It is psychedelia, it is transformation, it is dub, it is Pedrolo, it is jazz, it is cassette tapes, it is club, it is Cage, it is Ola Laietana, it is dance, Sistiaga, flying, Dalí and waking up sleeping. COU It is a shortcut to the unconscious. If things were so easy to explain, the universe would not be a mystery.

At the moment there is no more information about COU except what is being revealed through their social networks. In the following months prior to Dream They will leave more clues about this interesting project that mixes musical and visual creativity.

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