Pepo Galán’s “For Victoria” is an x-ray in musical form – black notes are imprinted upon a white stave in the same way that white bones are pressed against a black background – checking out things on a deeper level, highlighting and revealing what was once invisible.
On this record, the unseen turns visible, although it isn’t in an entirely obvious way. A September breeze shakes the leaves.
Vibrations quiver in the air, sent from a booming speaker. Both breeze and music are present – we feel them – and while they still affect the world, their actions causing reactions upon it, they remain hidden to the naked eye.
Music written, recorded and produced by Pepo Galán • Design by Daniel Crossley.