Nouances was born as a territorial meeting point. A sort of platform whose intent wasn’t to show everything but to approach common elements in the contemporary underground culture. A personal route made possible by the usual tools of its heyday: fanzine and music. So, the project was developed as a bilingual booklet with an audiotape attached. Literary contributions came from the editors of the most sought after zine and multimedia teams of the time: Dancing Silhouettes, FREE, Nero, Trax, Tribal Cabaret. The tape was addressing, true to the line, different souls covering a large musical spectrum from romantic new wave funk to minimal synth, even going through post industrial scenarios. All tracks were otherwise unreleased. Tasted today ‘Nouances’ has a heterogeneous feel, but – at the end of the day – that was the goal: approaching the diverse.