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Noiserv – Fundação Lapa do Lobo
9 / July @ 9:00 pm - 10 / July @ 9:00 pm WEST
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Noiserv, a multi-instrumentalist who has been called “the man-orchestra” or “one-man band”, has the successful debut album “One Hundred miles from thoughtlessness”  in his resume , the EP “A day in the day of the days”  and the award-winning “Almost Visible Orchestra” which was distinguished as the best album of 2013 by the Sociedade Portuguesa de Autores.
In November 2014, noiserv edits the first live record, a DVD with the title “Everything should be perfect even if no one’s there”. With more than four hundred concerts throughout Portugal and abroad and a series of collaborations in theater and cinema, it is in 2015 that the most serious internationalization for noiserv takes place with the reissue of the album “Almost Visible Orchestra” for the whole world through the label French Naive, mother house of M83, Yann Tiersen, among other artists.
2016 is the year of the release of “00:00:00:00” which is described by the Lisbon musician as “the soundtrack for a film that doesn’t exist yet, but that maybe one day will exist”. The orchestra of sounds that characterizes him gave way to a piano played by many hands, while from his voice we see stories in Portuguese coming out of non-instrumental themes.
The following year again proved to be very strong in the internationalization of the project, continuing the concerts in France, but also reaching new countries, among which Italy and Lithuania stand out. In Portugal, there were many concerts to present the album “00:00:00:00”, and when it comes to collaborations, it is worth mentioning Laurence Ferreira Barbosa’s film “All Dreams of the World” and several soundtracks for theatre.
2018 began with the composition of the original music for the RTP1 tabs and ended with “Labirinto da Saudade”, distinguished as best documentary of the year at the 2019 Sophia Awards. 2020 and is entirely composed of themes in Portuguese.