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Ale Hop / Alejandra Cardenas

Ale Hop / Alejandra Cardenas
Alejandra Cardenas (aka Ale Hop, b. Lima, Peru) obtained her BA in Art History from the National University of San Marcos, Lima, an MA in Sound Studies from Berlin University of the Arts, Germany, and currently studying History and Culture of Science and Technology at the Technical University of Berlin
Researcher, artist, and experimental instrumentist, she crafts complex pop arrangements with an experimental noise edge, utilizing electronic effects and computer software in order to mutate and reshape her instrument and voice.
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Releases on file (5)
Ale Hop — Apophenia Ale Hop — Apophenia
(Buh Records BR127, 2019, LP)
Ale Hop — Bodiless Ale Hop — Bodiless
(Buh Records BR95, 2017, DL / MC)
Ignacio Briceño & Ale Hop — The Way Of Love Ignacio Briceño & Ale Hop — The Way Of Love
(A Tutiplén ? AT-22, 2017, CD)
Ale Hop  — Sinner Man Ale Hop — Sinner Man
(Bandcamp No #, 2016, SP)
Ale Hop — La Guerra Invisible Ale Hop — La Guerra Invisible
(Bandcamp No #, 2014, DL)

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