Damion Romero

Damion Romero

Also known as Damion, Romero
This performer (group) in the Internet: http://www.poweracoustics.org/discography/

Discography of Damion Romero:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 You Misunderstood Me First 3 Audio 2003 Banned Production
2 Feedback In A Lover's Telegraph 2 Audio 2002
3 Wreck (In 2 Parts) 2 Audio 2005 P-Tapes
4 You Can Tell By The Blur (Blue) 3 Audio 2005-11-20 Chondritic Sound
5 You Can Tell By The Blur (Orange) 3 Audio 2005-11-20 Chondritic Sound
6 Patch 3 Audio 2005 Troniks
7 You Can Tell By The Blur (Black) 3 Audio 2006-04-00 Chondritic Sound
8 You Can Tell By The Blur (Yellow) 3 Audio 2006-04-00 Chondritic Sound
9 Untitled 3 Audio 2006 AA Records
10 Idle 3 Audio 2003 P-Tapes
11 Negative 3 Audio 2006-10-00
12 Friday The 13th 4 Audio 2006-12-00 Anarchymoon Recordings
13 No Information Available 3 Audio 2004 Denshi Zatsuon
14 Missing Link 2 Audio 2007-03-26 Hanson Records
15 9 Before 9 3 Audio 2008-04-00 Blossoming Noise
16 Return To Steam 4 Audio 2009 Chondritic Sound
17 Untitled 4 Audio 2009 Presshus Moments
18 23five Live Archive 3 Audio 2001 23five
19 Fade To Useless 2 Audio 2010 Banned Production
20 Reciprocal 3 Audio 2012 P-tapes
21 Lab Terminal Amnesia 3 Audio 2012 P-tapes
22 Live At Dem Passwords 4 Audio 2012 P-tapes
23 It Gets Worse 3 Audio 2013-03-15 Helicopter
24 Nobody Missing 2 Audio 2013-04-00 Tape Room

Damion Romero is a sound artist/sculptor and visual artist from Los Angeles. Romero’s main focus is with

“resonant electro-acoustic feedback systems” using audio power amplifiers and a variety of transducers and

“feedback regenerators” of his own design. The goal is to saturate the atmosphere with natural acoustic

standing waves and pulses, large sounds, that are affected (or held in place) by very small movements in

order to magnify an (as of yet) indescribable phenomenon. Public performances have taken place in Los

Angeles, San Francisco, Portland, San Diego, Seattle, New York, Tokyo, Osaka, And Matsuyama. His work

under the name Speculum Fight has been released on numerous record labels worldwide.

In addition to performance and recordings of Damion’s sound work, he has also been actively using similar

feedback techniques to produce visual artwork. These are visible patterns on paper (and other flat media)

created directly by sound waves. Some of these works have appeared in a handful of solo and group shows

in Los Angeles and Seattle, and also reside in the Collection of Eileen and Peter Norton, Santa Monica.

Responsible for [l=P-Tapes].

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