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Hervé Perez is a sound artist/composer from France, now based in Sheffield, UK.

plays the saxophones, shakuhachi and laptop in several groups ranging from free-jazz, electro-acoustic improvisation and contemporary jazz.

Sounding out, one of his current projects, is an exploration of architecture, outdoor acoustics and sacred sites - investigating the nature of space and natural topography - through the practice of deep listening. These recordings are documents of in situ improvisations, inspired by the spirit and the special characteristics of a location.

links:

main website: www.spacers.lowtech.org/herve

electroacoustic music: http://soundcloud.com/sndsukinspook

acoustic sax: http://soundcloud.com/herveperez

other site with audio, visual and text work: http://sndsukinspook.wordpress.com

current projects:

sounding out - explorations of outdoor acoustics, sacred sites with the soprano saxophone, investigating the nature of space and architecture, natural topography.

sounding out – explorations of outdoor acoustics, sacred sites with the saxophone, investigating the nature of space and architecture, natural topography.

room harmonics – experimental recording technique using sound to represent architecture and spatial relationships

“inclusion principle”, trio with martin archer and peter fairclough (discus label) – electroacoustic improvisations with laptops, winds, objects

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Album Garden of Secrets by Herve Perez

Garden of Secrets

nexTTime / Discus
2020

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Album Imploding Stars by Herve Perez

Imploding Stars

Focused Silence
2019

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Album Tête​-​à​-​tête by Herve Perez

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Noumenon
2019

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Album Dream Feathers by Herve Perez

Dream Feathers

Discus Music
2019

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Album The Great Flood by Herve Perez

The Great Flood

Hiss Noise Records
2018

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