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30.Jun.2009 A Word About the New Look of

Well, it’s been a year since was first put online. I decided to turn my website into a blog-like site, more interactive and comment-ready. I will be thankful if you tell me about any broken link or trouble with the site. I hope you’ll like it!

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11.Jun.2009 – Chronology: 2005 to Present

09.2005: Roger Velasquez a.k.a. Phileas moves to Paris to pursue a Master’s Degree in Architecture in Versailles. 06.2006: Roger exhibits in Versailles “Bleu/Orange”, a short music video featuring voices in 18 languages, entirely recorded from his interviews with fellow students and teachers at the School of Architecture. The sound of the human speech had always […]

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spoken wor(l)d

  • Spoken Wor(l)d Leaf
  • Spoken Wor(l)d (2008) is an electronic music project that celebrates human speech and language, composed and produced by France-based Peruvian music artist Phileas. The artist spent three years wandering the globe collecting voice samples in more than 30 languages for this recording.

    Spoken Wor(l)d was included in 2008 by the UNESCO in the celebration of the International Year of Languages and received the Vox Populi Award as Best Album Dance/Electronica of the Year in the 8th. Independent Music Awards. Tracks from Spoken Wor(l)d have been air played in radio stations from the USA, Peru and Spain. Phileas has performed live in Germany, France, Colombia, Brazil and Peru.

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