12 Sep 2017

Bosques De Mi Mente – Es Una Nube, No Hay Duda

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Track List

1. Un comienzo
2. Es una nube, no hay duda
3. Aquel lugar al que solíamos ir
4. Sigo recordando cosas que todavía no han ocurrido

Bosques De Mi Mente - Es Una Nube, No Hay Duda

Bosques De Mi Mente's music has been used frequently in films and stage plays, receiving several awards for best soundtrack. His music has the ability to express melancholy and happiness at the same time, painting a landscape of emotions that is unique for every listener.

“Es Una Nube, No Hay Duda” represents an expansion of Bosques De Mi Mente’s sound. Exploring new textures, closer to post-rock and ambient, and with a more guitar-oriented, multi-layered sound, Bosques De Mi Mente offers a new dimension to his beautiful compositions.

Running at just 21 minutes, “Es Una Nube, No Hay Duda” is a short but immersing experience that leaves the listening earning for more. Its melodies are among the most beautiful ever composed by the artist.

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Release Date:  September 22, 2016
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12 Sep 2017

Bosques De Mi Mente – Sobre el Olvido

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Track List

1. Prólogo
2. Hombres Sin Rostro
3. Sobre el Olvido
4. Volverse Invisible
5. Dormido en un Tren Parte 1 - Elipsis
6. Dormido en un Tren Parte 2 - Vigilia
7. Dormido en un Tren Parte 3 - Sueño
8. Una Espera Interminable
9. Allí

Bosques De Mi Mente - Sobre El Olvido

Bosques De Mi Mente is the solo project of Nacho, a Spanish composer of contemporary classical, minimalist pieces. His nostalgic compositions, mainly based on piano and found sounds, bring back memories from our childhood and feelings of things we thought were lost.

“Sobre El Olvido” (About the oblivion) is the ninth album of Bosques De Mi Mente from Spain, and the OST for a theatre play called “Allí”, by Producciones Bernardas, to be premiered in Madrid the 4th of July, 2013. “Sobre El Olvido”, like “Toy Trains”, uses trains as a metaphoric framework from which the album concept develops but, unlike it, the theme is not the childhood and innocence from a melancholic point of view, but a more mature vision on solitude, oblivion and abandon on modern society. “Sobre El olvido” tries to raise an open question on how we see the world today, and how the world as influenced the way we see it.

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Release Date:  September 22, 2016
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07 Sep 2017

Bosques De Mi Mente – … De Los Valles y Las Montañas

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Track List

1. Resuenan Sus Ecos En Las Despiadadas Cumbres Nevadas
2. Cuando Habíamos Perdido Toda Esperanza
3. Cerramos Los Ojos e Ignoramos La Realidad Que Se Cernía Sobre Nosotros
4. … De Los Valles y Las Montañas
5. Aquello Que Creíamos Perdido
6. No Quedan Apenas Silencios
7. El Día Que Todo Se Detuvo
8.Quisiera Poder Ver El Mundo Con Tus Ojos
9. El Fin De Las Cosas, Parte 1
10. El Fin De Las Cosas, Parte 2

Bosques De Mi Mente - … De Los Valles y Las Montañas

Bosques de mi Mente is the solo project ofa Spanish composer of contemporary classical, minimalist pieces. His nostalgic compositions, mainly based on piano and found sounds, bring back memories from our childhood and feelings of things we thought were lost.

“… De Los Valles y Las Montañas” is a critical reflection on the duality of our existence on earth, of hate and love, of technology and wilderness, of civilization and brutality, of noise and silence. We live in world of skyscraper filled cities and vast, empty wilderness. There is a fragile balance there, so fragile it seems like on the edge of scattering into pieces. It’s sad and beautiful at the same time.

This duality is present in “… De Los Valles y Las Montañas”, gentle piano lines and violin melodies confront the screaming noise of street preachers and the background noises, almost trying to cast some light in the dar scenery. The music here does not try to make any judgments, it just tries to allow the listener a moment of peace to
think about it.

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Release Date: March 19, 2016
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05 Sep 2017

Gargle & Bosques De Mi Mente – Absence

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1 - Bell
2 - Snow Storm
3 - (The Triumph Of The) Flight Of The Last Bird On Earth
4 - A Sudden Lapse Of Joy
5 - The Moment Our Glances Almost Met
6 - Echoes Of Our Memories
7 - Life And Death Of A Spoken Word
8 - We Are Running Out Of Time
9 - When Light And Motion Collide

Gargle & Bosques De Mi Mente - Absence

Bosques de mi Mente is a Spanish contemporary classical composer, that has been creating minimalist piano pieces over the years. Gargle is a duo from Japan that plays beautiful post-rock ambient with modern classical influences. Absence is their first collaboration from these two artists, a delightful and pleasant record.

It all started when the band contacted the composer, a correspondence that would result in a true friendship. Both shared stage in Madrid, Spain, in 2011.

Absence, the album, was conceived when Gargle asked Bosques de mi Mente to work on a song together for the forthcoming Gargle's album. The experience was so fulfilling for them that they decided to expand on it, and so Absence was born.

From the beginning, the goal was to create a completely collaborative album. The process started by sharing small ideas and song pieces, and soon everything started to gall into place, leading to the three of them working together as a true three-piece band in a gradual and natural way. The result is pure harmony, beauty and a wing for atmosphere, space and time.

Bosques De Mi Mente's pianos are like little paper ships floating over the water. String players from Tokyo College of Music, conducted by Jun gives the album a great symphonic dimension. Gargle's guitars and accordions gets the music over the stratosphere. Hope to see these modern classical pieces turn into modern classics.

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Release Date:  November 1, 2013
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16 Oct 2016

Exclusive double-reissue from Bosques de mi Mente

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Spanish modern classical artist release two re-isues on Fluttery Records: Sobre el Olvido and Es Una Nube, No Hay Duda

Bosques de mi Mente is a solo project of Ignacio Nieto Carvajal, who is based in Madrid, Spain.

The whole project started in 2007 when he decided to create music on his own to reflect some restlessness and feelings that were in his mind. The idea behind Ignacio’s first records was to remember and capture his childhood, a happier epoch of his life. He approached composing frantically, spontaneously and it was clear to him from the very beginning that the Bosques de mi Mente would be an open musical project.

Now, Bosques De Mi Mente comes with a reissue of two of his creations, “Sobre El Olvido” and “Es Una Nube, No Hay Duda” for Fluttery Records.

“Sobre el Olvido” (About the oblivion) is the ninth album of Bosques de mi Mente from Spain, and the OST for a theatre play called “Allí”, by Producciones Bernardas, to be premiered in Madrid the 4th of July, 2013. “Sobre el Olvido”, like “Toy Trains”, uses trains as a metaphoric framework from which the album concept develops but, unlike it, the theme is not the childhood and innocence from a melancholic point of view, but a more mature vision on solitude, oblivion and abandon on modern society. “Sobre el olvido” tries to raise an open question on how we see the world today, and how the world as influenced the way we see it.

“Es Una Nube, No Hay Duda” represents an expansion of Bosques de mi Mente’s sound. Exploring new textures, closer to post-rock and ambient, and with a more guitar-oriented, multi-layered sound, Bosques de mi Mente offers a new dimension to his beautiful compositions. Running at just 21 minutes, “Es Una Nube, No Hay Duda” is a short but immersing experience that leaves the listening earning for more. It’s melodies are among the most beautiful ever composed by the artist.

Listen, download or buy this album (Sobre El Olvido)

Listen, download or buy this album (Es Una Nube, No Hay Duda)

19 Mar 2016

New modern classicals by Bosques De Mi Mente

frontinsertBosques de mi Mente is a solo project of Ignacio Nieto Carvajal, who is based in Madrid, Spain.

The whole project started in 2007 when he decided to create music on his own to reflect some restlessness and feelings that were in his mind. The idea behind Ignacio’s first records was to remember and capture his childhood, a happier epoch of his life. He approached composing frantically, spontaneously and it was clear to him from the very beginning that the Bosques de mi Mente would be an open musical project.

One day in 2009, during a happier period of his life, he started a conceptual work about “The Little Prince”. The idea was to connect with the emotion of every chapter and write a song about it, while giving the work a full cohesion as a conceptual unit. The result of all this process is “Inocencia”.

Some months later, during a harsh winter in Madrid, spontaneously, “Nueve Días de Invierno” was born. Ignacio’s piano was to be tuned, and althought that’s a perfect ocassion to record new piano songs in perfect tune, he had no new stuff for piano, so he decided to record, during 9 days of winter, as an improvised performance, the music as it was played or created, and he spent those days alone recording in his home studio. Those were days of heavy rain, cold weather, snow and wind, and so… “Nueve días de invierno” was born.

“Nueve Días de Invierno” was a very fulfilling experience that showed him the beauty of the improvised, solo piano sounds, so he decided to repeat and magnify this experience for his next work, “Otoño”.

Since the days of “Inocencia”, Ignacio had been thinking about doing a different album, based on his passion for toy instruments, malfunctioning electronics, circuit bending and vocal harmonies. He also began experimenting with harmonies and reversed vocals. These two new ways of experimenting with sound resulted in “Colores”, a different album with a positive feeling.

Some time later, the 20th of April of 2011, the night before he was travelling to Berlin, there was a terrible storm in Madrid. Ignacio decided to set some ambient mics pointing to the storm and another two mics recording the piano, and started playing. He left his mind wander through the piano notes for three quarters of an hour and then closed the lid of the piano, pressed the STOP button and started to prepare my luggage. When he came back from Berlin, he played the recording again and was so impressed by what he heard that he decided to share it. The result is “20 de Abril” (April the 20th), the most minimalist album of Bosques de mi Mente to date.

Since “20 de Abril”, Ignacio worked on many projects but the one that will interest us today is his last work. The last Bosques de mi Mente’s album, released this year, was the first to be released publicly under a record label, Fluttery Records. It’s name is “…de los Valles y las Montañas”.

“… de los Valles y las Montañas” is a critical reflection on the duality of our existence on earth, of hate and love, of technology and wilderness, of civilization and brutality, of noise and silence. We live in world of skyscraper filled cities and vast, empty wilderness. There is a fragile balance there, so fragile it seems like on the edge of scattering into pieces. It’s sad and beautiful at the same time.

This duality is present in “… de los valles y las montañas”, gentle piano lines and violin melodies confront the screaming noise of street preachers and the background noises, almost trying to cast some light in the dar scenery. The music here does not try to make any judgments, it just tries to allow the listener a moment of peace to think about it.

Listen, buy or download this album

02 Nov 2013

Absence has been released

 

Gargle and Bosques de mi Mente’s Absence is a perfect album travels in the rivers of classical music, ambient and post-rock.

Bosques de mi Mente is a Spanish contemporary classical composer, that has been creating minimalist piano pieces over the years. Gargle is a duo from Japan that plays beautiful post-rock ambient with modern classical influences. Absence is their first collaboration from these two artists, a delightful and pleasant record.

It all started when the band contacted the composer, a correspondence that would result in a true friendship. Both shared stage in Madrid, Spain, in 2011.

Absence, the album, was conceived when Gargle asked Bosques de mi Mente to work on a song together for the forthcoming Gargle’s album. The experience was so fulfilling for them that they decided to expand on it, and so Absence was born.

From the beginning, the goal was to create a completely collaborative album. The process started by sharing small ideas and song pieces, and soon everything started to gall into place, leading to the three of them working together as a true three-piece band in a gradual and natural way. The result is pure harmony, beauty and a wing for atmosphere, space and time.

Bosques De Mi Mente’s pianos are like little paper ships floating over the water. String players from Tokyo College of Music, conducted by Jun gives the album a great symphonic dimension. Gargle’s guitars and accordions gets the music over the stratosphere. Hope to see these modern classical pieces turn into modern classics.

Listen, buy or download

18 Oct 2013

Pre-orders strarted for Gargle & Bosques de mi Mente album

Gargle-BosquesDeMiMente-albumcoverHey folks, we know you have been waiting for this one. We have started the pre-orders today for Gargle & Bosques de mi Mente album, “Absence”. You will be amazed when you listen to it all but here is a whole preview song available on Bandcamp.

So here you are;

Pre-order 

31 Aug 2013

The state that we are in…

The name is upcoming Gargle and Bosques de mi Mente Absence album is called “Absence”. The album has just arrived today, sent by Jun Minowa from Japan. This is how it makes us feel: