The track “Along the pipeline” by My Home, Sinking has been selected for the last edition “SEQUENCE8″ of the free download compilation series curated by Future Sequences label.
“Along the pipeline” is an unreleased track taken from a new work-in-progress album by My Home, Sinking, featuring Elisa Marzorati at the piano and James Murray at drones/noises/voices.
Proud to announce the release of “Italian resonances | Dronegazers?” a compilation by The New Noise magazine out with Oak editions.
The title of the work is “Italian Resonances | Dronegazers?”. It is an eight tracks album made by a seven artists collective composed by electroacoustic ambient musicians with a particular bent for drone music. Work has been commisioned by Fabrizio Garau from “TheNewNoise.it” , an italian webzine focused above all about alternative, experimental music.
The artists involved in the work are: Enrico Coniglio, Alberto Boccardi, Easychord, Attilio Novellino, Cristiano Deison, Giulio Aldinucci, Francesco Giannico.
Remember we’re talking about a 100 copies album, so a limited edition in digifile format that you can already pre-order at oak-editions.com
by Fabrizio Garau | The New Noise
TAVOLOPARLANTE – Fondamenta 3.0 from Giacomo Vianello on Vimeo.
Thanks to Giacomo Vianello for shooting our long-long performance for the event Fondamenta 3.0, held in Venice on the 31st may 2014.
So proud to have collaborated to the wonderful “Family Man”, song by Matteo Uggeri and Gaia Margutti, part of a super compilation for celebrating 5 years of Home Normal label.
Here I’ve played classical guitar and a vintage electric organ. Thanks to Matteo for involving me.
Mónica Ferreira, video artist from Portugal, has made a stunning video for Lemures (Giovanni Lami+Enrico Coniglio) ‘II’ song, from the Lp “Lemuria” (Crónica 2014). Please enjoy and spread the word.
LEMURIA from Mónica Ferreira on Vimeo.
Very proud to play here as Lemures.
Störung Festival 9 - Experimental Electronic Music and Visual Arts Festival
So pleased to see that my “noWHere” manifesto has been translated to ENG and posted by the great Joseph Sannicandro on A Closer Listen webzine.
Check it out here and feel free to contribute to the discussion.
The artistic residency of “LOUD ~ LISTENING THROUGH THE SOUND OF MURANO GLASS” has been held in Venice during the last days of January, 2014. The project, carried out thanks to the Consortium Promovetro Murano with the support of the Chamber of Commerce of Venice, is an experiment in “sonic exploration” born with the intention of investigating the soundscapes of the Italian industrial areas, in this case of Murano island.
The initiative has been entrusted to Archivio Italiano Paesaggi Sonori, here represented by me, Alessio Ballerini and Attilio Novellino.
The project allowed us to develop a sound map of the glass production, with particular attention to the sounds related to the traditional manufacturing activities.
More infos here.