Posts Tagged: Gianluca Favaron

Gianluca Favaron ~ Variations (Fragments of Evanescent Memories)

This isn’t the first time Gianluca Favaron has shared a fascination with fragments; the word also graced his 2014 EP Fragments and Flows.  The word offers an apt summation of his music: broken pieces salvaged and turned into art, like stained glass.  One

Gianluca Favaron ~ Variations (Fragments of Evanescent Memories)

This isn’t the first time Gianluca Favaron has shared a fascination with fragments; the word also graced his 2014 EP Fragments and Flows.  The word offers an apt summation of his music: broken pieces salvaged and turned into art, like stained glass.  One

Gianluca Favaron ~ Blank Spaces (I Don’t Want To Be Happy)

Gianluca Favaron has recorded some of our favorite drone albums.  This makes us look forward to every release, but it also raises the bar.  Would the artist continue to impress with his latest tape?  Absolutely. Our only concern is that the

Gianluca Favaron ~ Blank Spaces (I Don’t Want To Be Happy)

Gianluca Favaron has recorded some of our favorite drone albums.  This makes us look forward to every release, but it also raises the bar.  Would the artist continue to impress with his latest tape?  Absolutely. Our only concern is that the

ACL 2016: Top Ten Drone

While ambient music can be surprisingly loud, drone can be surprisingly soft; the genres dance around each other like yin and yang, never separating yet never quite reconciling.  In each genre, the sharpest contrast makes the biggest impact. Drone can

ACL 2016: Top Ten Drone

While ambient music can be surprisingly loud, drone can be surprisingly soft; the genres dance around each other like yin and yang, never separating yet never quite reconciling.  In each genre, the sharpest contrast makes the biggest impact. Drone can

Gianluca Favaron | Anacleto Vitolo ~ Zolfo

Crispy, crunchy, and crackly ~ these are the sounds of Zolfo.  In real life, we hear such sounds in crumpling paper and leaves underfoot.  In the electronic realm, they surface in cellphones, computers and amplifier feedback.  Blend organic and electronic,

Gianluca Favaron | Anacleto Vitolo ~ Zolfo

Crispy, crunchy, and crackly ~ these are the sounds of Zolfo.  In real life, we hear such sounds in crumpling paper and leaves underfoot.  In the electronic realm, they surface in cellphones, computers and amplifier feedback.  Blend organic and electronic,

Deison/Favaron ~ Nearly Invisible

Deison and Gianluca Favaron have each appeared on our site before, both as solo artists and as collaborators; this is the first time they have worked together on a full-fledged work.  Nearly Invisible is a measured study in deteriorating texture, a testimony

Deison/Favaron ~ Nearly Invisible

Deison and Gianluca Favaron have each appeared on our site before, both as solo artists and as collaborators; this is the first time they have worked together on a full-fledged work.  Nearly Invisible is a measured study in deteriorating texture, a testimony

Gianluca Favaron + Stefano Gentile ~ Entretien

Gianluca Favaron‘s albums – and the compositions within each album – eschew verses and choruses in favor of sonic arcs.  The black and white photographs of Stefano Gentile are a natural inspiration for this sort of music, suggestive and abstract.  A ridiculously

Gianluca Favaron + Stefano Gentile ~ Entretien

Gianluca Favaron‘s albums – and the compositions within each album – eschew verses and choruses in favor of sonic arcs.  The black and white photographs of Stefano Gentile are a natural inspiration for this sort of music, suggestive and abstract.  A ridiculously

Zbeen ~ Eigen

Zbeen‘s music has always been about pattern, whether created or perceived: the mapping of vectors, linear and algebraic.  Although the output of Gianluca Favaron and Ennio Mazzon may be based on mathematics, it sounds more like science, a theme explored in last

Zbeen ~ Eigen

Zbeen‘s music has always been about pattern, whether created or perceived: the mapping of vectors, linear and algebraic.  Although the output of Gianluca Favaron and Ennio Mazzon may be based on mathematics, it sounds more like science, a theme explored in last