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Línia Pedra Paisatge Solc


Composition, vinyl, laser cut plywood, EVA rubber and letter-pressed carton.
30 x 30 cm / Edition of 4

Composition, download link, letter-pressed carton, clips and Japanese paper.
30 x 10,5 cm / Edition of 150.



Línia / pedra / paisatge / Solc (Line, stone, landscape and groove in Catalan) is a sound composition in two parts, based on the skyline that can be seen from the top of the ruins of the castle of Culla a small village inland into the Castelló province (Eastern Spain). The first piece (línia / pedra) is composed based on the skyline between northeast and southwest . the second piece (paisatge / solc) has been composed using the skyline between southwest and northeast.

The line is the voice that describes the landscape. The stone is the central element, source of history, legacy and shelter of those who live in that hard land. the Landscape is all around us, it extends inclemently into the stratified and muffled horizon. The groove is the drawing of man in this land, a cut on the ground, and the groove where the sound travels in this album.

Both sonic pieces were recorded and composed at the old school at Pla del Sabater nearby Culla, during October of 2018. All sound sources used on the production of this work were captured during a period of a week living in residence on that isolated place. Sound sources include field recordings and voice, nothing else.

Weeks after the residency period at Culla, double bass was overdubbed in Valencia by Rafa Ramos. Mastering for the vinyl version was done by Pedro Pina in Barcelona. Four unique vinyl discs enclosed each on handcrafted wooden boxes have been left in Culla as artistic object to be preserved and listened there in its definitive format. The project is a commission of the Culla City Hall as part of a contemporary art program held on this small village.


Music by Edu Comelles
Double bass by Rafa Ramos Sania.
Mastering for vinyl by Pedro Pina.
Laser cut at Rotor Studio.
Letter-pressed at Obsolete Letterpress.

Commissioned by:

Ajuntament de Culla / Coll Blanc Espai D'Art

Línia / pedra / paisatge / solc és una obra sonora en dues parts basada en el paisatge que s'albira des del capdamunt de les ruïnes del castell de culla. L'obra utilitza la línia de l'horitzó de nord-est a sud-oest per a compondre la Cara A (Línia, Pedra) i l'horitzó de sud-oest a Nord-est per a compondre'n la Cara B (Paisatge, Solc).

Les dues peces sonores aquí representades van ser registrades i compostes a l'antiga escola del Pla del Sabater l'octubre de 2018 utilitzant únicament sons capturats al terme municipal de culla durant un període d'una setmana.

La línia és la veu que descriu el paisatge. La pedra és l'element central, font d'història, llegat i abric d'aquells que aquí hi viuen. El paisatge està per tot, s'estén inclement en un horitzó estratificat i borrós. El solc és el dibuix de l'home en aquesta terra, el tall en el territori i el solc per on transita el so en aquest vinil.

Setmanes després de la gravació de les peces a culla, s'hi afegí el contrabaix interpretat per rafa Ramos, gravat a valència. La masterització final del disc per a format vinil la va fer Pedro Pina a Barcelona.

La peça resta en quatre discs de vinil únics que han sigut depositats en els fons municipals de l'Ajuntament de Culla com a objecte artístics. S'han repartit 150 còpies de les partitures visuals que contenen un enllaç per a descarregar la música. 


Música per Edu Comelles.
Contrabaix per Rafa Ramos Sania.
Masterització per a vinil de Pedro Pina.
Tall làser fet a Rotor Studio.
Letter-press realitzat per Obsolete Letterpress

Finançat per:

Ajuntament de Culla / Coll Blanc Espai D'Art


Re-Edition on WhiteLab Records:

This special limited edition release is in a run of 100 copies, modelled around the classic gatefold vinyl LP. It includes printed front, rear and inner sleeves featuring photography by the artist, along with a card sleeve which houses a printed vinyl-effect CDr.

Includes unlimited streaming of Línia Pedra Paisatge Solc via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.

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This is a feast of textures and moods. Incredible sweeping slabs of sound, but it takes a little patience to get there. At times it's light, floating just beyond your vision, shapes in the fog, disappearing with any attempt to grasp them. In other moments, it's heavy, deep cavernous strings and sub-bass stir the earth below, making any attempt at landing on solid ground a mystery. Reminds me of BenoÎt Pioulard or Rafael Anton Irisarri's music at times, but Edu has a unique quality all his own.

Lost Tribe Sound.

I listened to the second piece while walking around the village in Google Maps, taking in the atmosphere - it really was a beautiful moment for me. Especially since the last weeks have been very grey here, some southern warmth in the form of music feels great.

Luis Miehlich