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Ana Quiroga is a London based music composer, producer and sound designer, working across arts, film, audiovisual, immersive and interactive media.
She has released music on prestigious labels such as Editions Mego and Other People. Formerly half of the duo LCC, they released two albums and an EP on eMego, and they also released music on Modern Obscure Music, Subtempo and Comfortzone, among others. Ana has also released music on Arboretum and QTZL under the alias of NWRMNTC.
With a prolific career performing live, she has played and also showcased her work at renowned venues and festivals such as Barbican London, Berlin Atonal, Sónar Barcelona and Hong Kong, MUTEK Montreal, Argentina and Mexico, Superblue London, Somerset House Studios, MIRA Festival, LEV, Espacio Fundacion Telefonica Lima, CCD Mexico and Corsica Studios.
As a regular collaborator with filmmaker Pedro Maia, they have released several audiovisual projects and toured around Europe together. In collaboration with digital artist CLON, Ana has been exploring the infinite capacities of surround and interactive sound for games, VR and XR projects. Recently, they have toured worldwide to present CLON's live video game META AV.
Her passion for film includes diverse soundtracks and film appearances in acclaimed documentaries such as I Hate New York, Ciutat Morta, Tarajal and Hadijatou.
Always looking for the most innovative challenges, Ana's music has been sent to space as part of the project Sonar Calling in collaboration with SETI and METI International in search of extra-terrestrial live intelligence.
Ana has a Master of Arts in Audio Production from the University of Westminster, London, and a Bachelor of Science in Teaching from the University of Oviedo.
She is very interested in sound research and electronic music practices. Over the last years, she has been imparting several workshops and masterclasses in different institutions, including Berklee College Valencia, Somerset House Studios, London (x Mutant Promise), London Music Conference, Point Blank Music School and MUTEK Argentina, among others.
"The album doesn't quite need a concept: its coherent world of icy bass, rattling wire and ricocheting echoes is compelling and moving enough"
(d/evolution - The Wire)
"Listening to Bastet is like stepping into a theatre halfway through a performance. But, far from being frustrating, LCC's cryptic vision pulls you deeper into their world"
(Bastet - Resident Advisor)
"This is a masterful and emotional work that sounds like little else"
(d/evolution - Bleep)
(Bastet - Boomkat)