Ambient electronic Venezuelan/North American duo, Dogon, have been creating sounds together since 1981. Experience their new concept work, "All My Relations (at peace)" available on CD and iTunes download. The music mixes electronic sounds, vocals and guest instrumentalists Kai Eckhardt, Micro Vard and others. The album explores themes of surrender, cyber-longing, grief and praise in a shifting ambient-pop foreground. Suitable music for transformative times.
Dogon have been featured throughout the US, South America and Europe at concerts and festivals including at SF MOMA (2000, Sol LeWitt Exhibition), EXPO Lisboa (1998) and XLIV Venice Biennale (1990). In 1996, Dogon pioneered the use of Internet technology for the first-ever remote interactive concert “NETLOOPS” performed live from San Francisco and Caracas simultaneously.
"The best of progressive ambient." - WIRED Magazine
Paul Godwin/Miguel Noya (Dogon) – Venezuelan/North American electronic music duo Dogon have been working together since they met at Boston’s Berklee College of Music in the early 1980s.
Called “the best of progressive ambient” by WIRED Magazine, their 1997 release “The Sirius Expeditions” was critically acclaimed and nominated for the California Music Award (Best Electronic/Dance Album). Individually, the two have collaborated with artists around the globe including Tony Kushner, Meredith Monk, Steve Roach, David Zambrano, Carlos Zerpa, Samy Cucher, Clara Ponty.
Paul Godwin and Miguel Noya are Dogon (photo by Steve Crawford)