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Gerardo Iacoucci - Simbolismo Psichedelico
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…
V.A. - La Natura E L'Uomo
V.A.
La Natura E L'Uomo
LP | 1973 | EU | Reissue (Intervallo)
20,99 €*
Release:1973 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Organic Grooves
Third reissue (of seven planned) in the incredible series of nature-themed libraries originally released in the first half of the Seventies by Cardium, Chic, Nereide, Musical, Rhombus, Spring, and Weekend labels. Seven never-reissued-before albums, real hardcore collector items, which gave birth to a small cult during the last four decades. "La natura e l’uomo" (Italian for "Nature and mankind") first came out in 1973; despite being part of the same series of "Biologia marina" and "Ittiologia" (earlier reissued by Intervallo), it is actually a different affair, in which the avant-garde urge partly leaves room for sweeter, acoustic atmospheres. But there are also amazing examples of ambient experimentations (like the ones of the previous volumes of the series) such as "Protozoi" or "Venus", both featured in two versions. The main characters of this release are pretty much the same ones we met in the other volumes – Alessandro Alessandroni, Franco Tamponi e Amedeo Tommasi – but "La natura e l’uomo" also introduces two new names. Marco Di Marco, author of the tracks with a more definite easy listening mood, is a pianist and a jazz composer from Bologna, while the alias Kema hides Alessandroni’s wife, the amazingly talented Giulia De Muittis. She and her husband are responsible for the most enticing tracks of the album: "Bassa marea", "Pescatori" and "Venus".
Peymont - Cibernetica
Peymont
Cibernetica
LP | 1971 | EU | Reissue (Intervallo)
20,99 €*
Release:1971 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Electronic / Dance
For many years it was commonly believed that Peymont was Piero Umiliani in disguise. According to some theories however the Peymont guise was used to hide the true identity of Luigi Malatesta (composer of film scores, music libraries and, oddly enough, the hymn of the Italian political party Democrazia Cristiana), or the world famous Egisto Macchi (a more fascinating and plausible thesis). The 13 tracks featured on 'Cibernetica', indeed, bring to the mind the most abstract and experimental compositions of Macchi. But if we fell into the pitfall of approaching this listening experience as it was a treasure hunt, we'd make a huge mistake. Originally released in 1971, 'Cibernetica' is now reissued in an edition of 400 copies.
Narassa (Sandro Bugnolini) - Tensione Dinamica
Narassa (Sandro Bugnolini)
Tensione Dinamica
LP | 2016 | EU | Original (Intervallo)
20,99 €*
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Organic Grooves, Electronic / Dance
This lost gem by the duo Brugnolini/Tommasi is a piece of work ahead of its time – pretty much asit happened to the almost-twin album Tecnologia -, and it’s characterized by a lighter useof technology and a more traditional approach.Creative tension (be it static or dynamic, like the first two song titles of the album) isalways headed toward experimentation, even if touches of jazz and of the great tradition of Italianlibraries can be found in the album. Vacuum (in two versions), Conflittuale and Filterband introduceelectro touches, but the biggest surprise comes with Spleen, the opener of side two:a perfect track to be sampled for hip-hop – wait... did anyone say Mobb Deep?– and totally crazy, for the time it came out. But Tensione Dinamica is also enhanced by theprecious liquid piano and the synth mumbles of Subtone e Fantapolitica… and let’s not forget theinvention of Stereolab in Aflogelia. Totally amazing!
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