8+8 is a series of 8 different visions by Stefano Gentile (photo size 8″).
Each photograph is accompanied by a different soundtrack.
8 different photographs with the sound track from 8 different artists: Gianluca Favaron, Eric La Casa, Simon Whetham, Carl Michael von Hausswolff, Enrico Coniglio, Dirk Serries, Francisco Lopez, Fabio Orsi / Claudio Rocchetti.
My contribute is titled “Plundering the Ancient World” and is a long-drone track made with electric guitars, clarinet duduk and electronics devices. Grab your copy directly at Discogs.
Thanks so much to Stefano Gentile for inviting me in this project.
So excited to announce that “Sleet” has been finally released. Check it at the official Bandcamp page.
“Sleet” is a pastoral fable with a resolutely vulnerable core – a ’60s folk narrative echoing through modern classical and ambient music. Enrico Coniglio evokes the cadenced ghosts of My Home, Sinking with the aid of Natalia Drepina, Katie English, Peter Gallo, Piero Bittolo Bon and Giovanni Natoli [ ...].
Audiocassette presented in a craft paper packaging and letter-pressed cover. Coming with dried brambles in a small pergamino paper bag. Hand numbered envelopes.
PLEASE NOTE THAT SOME COPIES ARE ALSO AVAILABLE AT:
- STASHED GOODS FOR EUROPE [http://www.store.fluid-radio.co.uk]
- UNDER MY BED FOR ITALY [http://undermybedrecordings.bandcamp.com - cat. UMB#46].
More on the “making of” here.
So pleased to announce that my work for CALAMITA/À is out on today. Enjoy the sounds.
This work is dedicated to the Vaiont dam disaster.
Visions by Mirco Salvadori.
Artwork by Caterina Gabelli, Studio Fludd.
More infos here.
“Hanging On The Edge Of Memories”, a new song as My Home, Sinking on Earthtones Volume 3 compilation by Tessellate Recordings.
Thanks to Mirco Salvadori for the moving lyric and to Giacomo Vianello for the amazing photograph and the field recordings made in Campo de Ghetto, Venice.
Happy to say I’m releasing for Impulsive habitat netlabel a soundscape composition titled “OlivElegy”. The work is based on field recordings made one year ago at an olive oil mill close to the town of Assisi, Umbria (Italy).