Marredo was born in Badajoz, Spain, he has studied psychology and
social and cultural anthropology. Self-taught, his work encompasses
styles ranging from field recordings, to the soundscapes, from
electronics with analog synthesizers, the radio art, and noise. His
work is essentially published on netlabels, particularly in the U.S.A,
but also in Belgians, Argentines, English and Spanish; he has
participated on compilations with Zoviet France, Llorenç Barber,
José Iges and Eduardo Polonio, among others. He has also been
invited to participate in the Ciclos de Música Imprevista
(Cycles of Unplanned Music), organized by the collective Antipasto, and
has played with free improvisation groups like La Orquesta Mundana
(LOM) or Arín Dodó.
In spring 2011, his work Reflujo (Reflux) was a finalist of the contest Europe Ein Klang Panorama (Europe, A Soundpanorama), being exposed at the prestigious ZKM in Karlsruhe (Germany); has participated, among others, in the 3º Convocatoria Bélica (Valencia, Venezuela); on El arte y su sonido (The Art and it sound) organized by the LABoral of Gijón (Spain); in Resonoser, I Encuentro de Arte Sonoro en Radio (Mexico). He has also been elected for the Sound In Program for Young Creators on 2012.
Sendungen im ORF-Kunstradio
04. 08. 2013: Voz, tambor y ensayo