Las CasiCasiotone (LCC) are Eugenia Pañeda (Gijón, 1980) and Ana Quiroga (Mieres, 1985), two artists from Asturias, north of Spain. They work in different projects within the experimental electronic music, audiovisuals arts and educational
Their work focuses on music production and sound design. On the one hand (music production) their sounds are more melodic and on the other hand (sound design) their sounds are more experimental and they have worked with international artists such as Annie Sprinkle and Beth Setpehns, Intact, Jordi Vall Lamora, Juanjo Palaces and the collective Left Hand Rotation.
Their music is flexible and open, with room for improvisation and change. They create different atmospheres and sound textures through analog instruments, digital and field recordings.
In 2012, they were selected for Plástica y Etéreos by Revista Plástica, a recopilatory from the best hispanic music bands of the year.
In recent times they have played in different places like: Loop Festival (Barcelona), Live Peformers Meeting (Roma), Visionica Festival (Gijón) and Optica Festival (Gijon).
In turn, LCC design, organize and produce different educational projects, such as ElectroKinder cycles. ElectroKinder, promoting the use of visual arts as for change the food habits and family habits, bringing them to the public both children and adults. They do workshops for children and young too. Through which cover various subjects: art, education, health and social issues.
On the other hand, they make and create CasiMiniFest too, a small underground festival for electronic music groups to distance themselves from the sounds and the usual musical production.
They also collaborate on various projects with other artists, such as electronic music platform Beatfull Day, Unstable Society, a live cinema with Adrián Cuervo and Fundición, a spoken Word with Javier Lasheras