Posts Tagged: enrico coniglio

Enrico Coniglio & Matteo Uggeri ~ Open to the Sea

The first thing one notices is the fabulist artwork of Flavio Parrino (1916-1994).  The cover image implies a Victorian summer at the sea: families walking along a calm shore, encountering an inventor and a strange contraption, the man perhaps remarking

Enrico Coniglio & Matteo Uggeri ~ Open to the Sea

The first thing one notices is the fabulist artwork of Flavio Parrino (1916-1994).  The cover image implies a Victorian summer at the sea: families walking along a calm shore, encountering an inventor and a strange contraption, the man perhaps remarking

Enrico Coniglio ~ Bragos series: Astrùra / Solèra

  There are different schools of thought when it comes to the production of “soundscapes.”  There is R. Murray Schafer, who coined the term, and his World Soundscape Project, which approaches the soundscape as “acoustic ecology.” Some have criticized his

Enrico Coniglio ~ Bragos series: Astrùra / Solèra

  There are different schools of thought when it comes to the production of “soundscapes.”  There is R. Murray Schafer, who coined the term, and his World Soundscape Project, which approaches the soundscape as “acoustic ecology.” Some have criticized his

ACL 2015: Top Ten Field Recording & Soundscape

This year’s top field recording and soundscape albums travel to global extremes, from the frozen Arctic to the heart of the jungle.  They commute to congested cities and retreat to quiet streams.  They fall in love with frogs and olives.

ACL 2015: Top Ten Field Recording & Soundscape

This year’s top field recording and soundscape albums travel to global extremes, from the frozen Arctic to the heart of the jungle.  They commute to congested cities and retreat to quiet streams.  They fall in love with frogs and olives.

My Home, Sinking ~ Sleet

The surprising thing about Sleet is how warm it sounds, considering its title.  This is the second winter-themed release from My Home, Sinking, both released in May, when garlands and dances around the maypole are more in fashion.  Instead of capturing the feeling

My Home, Sinking ~ Sleet

The surprising thing about Sleet is how warm it sounds, considering its title.  This is the second winter-themed release from My Home, Sinking, both released in May, when garlands and dances around the maypole are more in fashion.  Instead of capturing the feeling

Enrico Coniglio ~ OlivElegy

A compact yet effective recording, OlivElegy is both a tribute to the olive oil industry and a romantic gesture.  Recorded in an olive mill near the holy town of Assisi, the work is dedicated to Coniglio’s wife Rachele; one imagines it may

Enrico Coniglio ~ OlivElegy

A compact yet effective recording, OlivElegy is both a tribute to the olive oil industry and a romantic gesture.  Recorded in an olive mill near the holy town of Assisi, the work is dedicated to Coniglio’s wife Rachele; one imagines it may

LCNL 057: Enrico Coniglio presents “Buon compleanno bambina morta”

 Enrico Coniglio (guitarist, field-recordist, dronegazer, manifesto-writer, one-half of Lemures, and co-founder of the Galaverna  label) has already produced a few great mixes for us over the years (03, 37) so I was happy to receive this unexpected gift, an all-vinyl set

LCNL 057: Enrico Coniglio presents “Buon compleanno bambina morta”

 Enrico Coniglio (guitarist, field-recordist, dronegazer, manifesto-writer, one-half of Lemures, and co-founder of the Galaverna  label) has already produced a few great mixes for us over the years (03, 37) so I was happy to receive this unexpected gift, an all-vinyl set

Various Artists ~ Italian Resonances: Dronegazers?

      Dronegazing? The punctuation is really crucial here, and the emphasis on resonances is not to be understated. I appreciate the importance of labels in building and sustaining communities, but like many of us I also chafe at

Various Artists ~ Italian Resonances: Dronegazers?

      Dronegazing? The punctuation is really crucial here, and the emphasis on resonances is not to be understated. I appreciate the importance of labels in building and sustaining communities, but like many of us I also chafe at