Iberoamérica Media Records Presents: Dios Perro, a Statement of Cultural Preservation
The present project consists of a full twelve songs album, with a specific common concept and aesthetic goal: to respond to unanswered questions regarding how Chilean popular music would have developed if the 1973 coup d’état, which resulted in seventeen years of military dictatorship and an ensuing cultural disaster, had never occurred. Because of this political intervention, the previously vibrant music scene in Chile was suddenly and deliberately persecuted. However, since the turn of the century, after decades of cultural obscurity, a new movement has come along and Chilean music is finally recovering its identity. The recorded songs attempt to not only imagine what the current cultural energy would be had its development not been cut off, but also to channel this into a new and exciting movement.
Valencia (Spain) Campus
Chile; Chilean music; dictatorship; coup d’état
Project Components: one paper, album (one ZIP file containing 12 .wav audio files and 1 .pdf document).
Wilson, Marcelo. “Iberoamérica Media Records Presents: Dios Perro, a Statement of Cultural Preservation.” Master's Project, Berklee College of Music, 2019. https://remix.berklee.edu/graduate-studies-production-technology/170.