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Narassa - Guerra E Angoscia
Narassa
Guerra E Angoscia
LP | 2018 | EU | Original (Intervallo)
20,89 €* 21,99 € -5%
Release:2018 / EU – Original
Genre:Organic Grooves, Electronic / Dance
Like Gerardo Iacoucci (already celebrated twice by Intervallo with Simbolismo Psichedelico and the new Industria N.1), Narassa – real name Sandro Brugnolini – is back in our catalogue with another gem: his second release on the legendary Rome-based label Rotary, which came out after the amazing Tensione dinamica. Guerra e angoscia was born as the fifth installment of seven and, like the previous album (which was recorded with the collaboration of label boss Amedeo Tommasi, the mind behind every release on Rotary), moves away from the experimental and mechanical drift of the first chapter, to dive headfirst in a dark and heavy mood – as the title suggests (“War And Distress”). Guerra e angoscia is truly faithful to the topic of its title – with tracks like Rommel, Minaccia di guerra, Campo di sterminio, Commandos, Battaglia tragica, Beat bellico, Eruzione, and Linea calda there’s little room for misunderstanding – and it does a brilliant job offering library music to evoke tragedies, dark times and the madness of human kind. This is done with wonderful beats, sharp and powerful percussions, grievous rhythms and dramatic string sections. No more dynamism, to quote Narassa’s other release on Rotary: here the tension is just the effect of explosions and wrecked nerves.
Gerardo Iacoucci - Industria N. 1
Gerardo Iacoucci
Industria N. 1
LP | 2018 | EU | Original (Intervallo)
21,99 €*
Release:2018 / EU – Original
Genre:Organic Grooves, Electronic / Dance
At the beginning of the 70s, in Italy, the revolutionary surge of 1968 was beginning to turn into something grimmer (and definitely not linked to left-wing ideology) but the concept of “factory” still had a key role in the economic and social life of the country. It was not just an alienating workplace, where you often spent your whole life, but also – and overall – the place where demands were made and political struggles took place. Therefore, a feasible imaginary soundtrack for the factory was the daily noise of machines, tools, hammers: an idea that, years later, would be embraced by dozens of industrial bands all over the world. But, in 1972, that reality was documented by Gerardo Iacoucci: “We went into factories and workshops and recorded the noise of the machines, then we put on it special musical effects and did an accurate mix”, he tells in the liner notes. Industria N.1, divided in Fabbrica on the A side and Impianti meccanici on the other side, is an amazing work mixing field recordings and experimental music, proving how you can combine political commitment, art, avant-garde and pioneering noise music in a brave record.
H. Tical / Armando Sciascia - Impact - Synthesized Sound And Music
H. Tical / Armando Sciascia
Impact - Synthesized Sound And Music
LP | 1971 | EU | Reissue (Intervallo)
20,99 €*
Release:1971 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Electronic / Dance
From the very first second, "Impact – Synthesized Sound And Music" is a difficult, icy release, embracing many cornerstones of what would become known as industrial music. These 16 sonic experiments are totally devoted to synthsizers, which are the main architects of whirling escapes, white noise and sonic landscapes in the mood of early Warp releases. "Impact – Synthesized Sound And Music" was originally released via Armando Sciascia’s Vedette label in 1971, under the alias H. Tical: it’s a really peculiar library music album, filled with incredibly contemporary sounds and atmospheres. Unlike "Distortions" by Blue Phantom, whose supergroovy and almost hard-prog tracks are all credited to H. Tical, this is a totally different sonic planet – and it’s difficult to figure out which kind of images could be paired with such an extreme experiment, which is a one-of-a-kind effort in Sciascia’s more traditional career as a composer. Moreover, the musical delirium is enhanced by the usual beauty of the titles – such as "Colluvium", "Metastasis", "Trigonos", "Intercosmic", "Rubidio", or "Laser", mixing Latin and English languages. This is a wonderful, alienating album made of “static” music, totally estranged from the idea of movement. A true desert island album – or, better said, an abandoned planet album…
Massimo Catalano & Remigio Ducros - La Fatica
Massimo Catalano & Remigio Ducros
La Fatica
LP | 1971 | EU | Reissue (Intervallo)
18,89 €* 20,99 € -10%
Release:1971 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Electronic / Dance
La Fatica' is a weird, hard to file item, mixing avant-garde,proggy moods, electro rhythms, jazz and musique concrète.It's almost impossible to guess what Catalano and Ducros were aiming for, while making this album. It's a continuous surprise, actually, since every track features unexpected tricks and changes. And, exactly like in other Intervallo releases, also in this case the titles evoke the noise of machinery, the fascination for science and technology, and the beauty of factories. Can you say industrial music? Originally released in 1971, now reissued in a limited run of 400 copies.
Gerardo Iacoucci - Simbolismo Psichedelico
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