Pablo Laguna is a composer, cellist, multi-instrumentalist, producer and sound explorer who expresses himself through contemporary and experimental music. His works include compositions in which acoustic and electric instruments are mixed with synthesizers, processors and field recordings.

He was born in Madrid in 1996. From a young age he showed a great interest in music and began his classical cello training at the conservatory. In adolescence he began to explore other territories in punk groups as a bassist and guitarist. At the same time he would begin to experiment with the cello and learning electroacoustic composition. He searched for new sounds through handmade instruments, synthesizers and different objects. He was part of the experimental rock band Autouniverso.

He has collaborated performing with artists such as Teho Teardo & Blixa Bargeld and Javier Corcobado among others. Pablo released his first solo album in 2016, “Outside the time”, an album of home recordings. In 2019 he released his second album “Gradus ad Delirium” where he experiments with a progressive and psychedelic rock band, getting closer and closer to cinematography. Now, with “Is Not The Land”, he starts a new path composing about resonance and emotion.


Pablo Laguna


Is not the land

“Is not the Land” is a very emotional album. Inspired by the movement of nature and the deep emotions that it can provoke in human beings. With the sound of the cello as the main thread, we embark on a journey where deep listening is of great importance. The cellos create atmospheres and melodies that intermingle with the deep sound of the synthesizer. The environments are crossed by the viola braguesa (portuguese guitar), and the processed field recordings create exciting paths to let ourselves be carried away. A deeply cinematic journey.

Gradus ad delirium

Composed and recorded during the years 2018 and 2019, Pablo experiment with a kind of experimental rock band, where we find sordid landscapes, as well as compositions closer to a progressive rock seasoned with psychedelia. In «Gradus ad Delirium» electronics go hand in hand with beauty and total viscerality, plaguing this disk of hurtful guitars, bass, synthesizers, drums, keyboards, cellos and other barbarism.