eduardo f. rosario grew up in puerto rico’s punk scene and later discovered experimental music. he began playing a prepared and modified guitar and experimented with engineering/production as well. he is interested in the juxtaposition of time layers and parallel phenomenon as well as the paradigm between aesthetics and politics. eduardo studied musical composition at the conservatory of music of puerto rico and became a member of the multimedia project the a/v machinist collective; the ensemble in residence of the conservatory of music of puerto rico, alea 21; and composer for the upr contemporary dance group hincapié.
eduardo’s debut album, (auto/anti)autonomía, consists of three compositions that were created with found percussion, prepared/destroyed piano, tuba, trumpet, controlled feedback, circuit bent junktronics, and pedals. the sound is: loose rattle percussion. tube crash inside the piano. metal scrape construction. objects falling. electronic feedback language. long tone brass breath conversation. squelch vibrations. swarm echo. bass sweep drone. treble feedback sculptures. get it here!