Posts Tagged: Giulio Aldinucci

Ian Hawgood + Giulio Aldinucci ~ Consequence Shadows

Ian Hawgood‘s second January collaboration is far different from his first.  Although the music is still ambient, and the cover art (Eirik Holmøyvik) equally stunning, this duo’s sonic palette has been expanded to include field recordings and electronics.  Where Faintly Recollected is

Ian Hawgood + Giulio Aldinucci ~ Consequence Shadows

Ian Hawgood‘s second January collaboration is far different from his first.  Although the music is still ambient, and the cover art (Eirik Holmøyvik) equally stunning, this duo’s sonic palette has been expanded to include field recordings and electronics.  Where Faintly Recollected is

ACL 2017 ~ Top Ten Drone

2017 was a pivotal year for the drone genre, formerly considered the least political of all genres.  Yet as the noise of the world increased, so did the interest of artists in using drone and noise as commentary.  By creating

ACL 2017 ~ Top Ten Drone

2017 was a pivotal year for the drone genre, formerly considered the least political of all genres.  Yet as the noise of the world increased, so did the interest of artists in using drone and noise as commentary.  By creating

Giulio Aldinucci ~ Borders And Ruins

Choral incorporation in otherwise instrumental music may be on the rise, as evidenced by recent releases from Battlestations, Hammock and now Giulio Aldinucci.  Choirs lend these releases the feel of something sacral and timeless.  Yet as the backdrops change, the mood

Giulio Aldinucci ~ Borders And Ruins

Choral incorporation in otherwise instrumental music may be on the rise, as evidenced by recent releases from Battlestations, Hammock and now Giulio Aldinucci.  Choirs lend these releases the feel of something sacral and timeless.  Yet as the backdrops change, the mood

Francesco Giannico & Guilio Aldinucci ~ Agoraphonia

The public square is a place for gathering, for conversation, for the reading and dissemination of literature, for food carts and chess boards, for playful recreation and for protest.  Marked by monuments, the square is not only a microcosm, but

Francesco Giannico & Guilio Aldinucci ~ Agoraphonia

The public square is a place for gathering, for conversation, for the reading and dissemination of literature, for food carts and chess boards, for playful recreation and for protest.  Marked by monuments, the square is not only a microcosm, but

Giulio Aldinucci ~ Yellow Horse

This is A Closer Listen‘s third review category for sonic chameleon Giulio Aldinucci, who has always operated as a multidisciplinary artist.  Yellow Horse is his most unusual work to date, and as such is one of his best. Most people have a junk drawer somewhere

Giulio Aldinucci ~ Yellow Horse

This is A Closer Listen‘s third review category for sonic chameleon Giulio Aldinucci, who has always operated as a multidisciplinary artist.  Yellow Horse is his most unusual work to date, and as such is one of his best. Most people have a junk drawer somewhere

LCNL 059: Dronarivm mix

This mix comes courtesy of the Dronarivm label, run by Dmitry Taldykin and Bartosz Dziadosz (aka Pleq), presenting a selection of their catalogue.  You can also still download their free x-mas compilation Past Disappears over at Bandcamp.  (And if you

LCNL 059: Dronarivm mix

This mix comes courtesy of the Dronarivm label, run by Dmitry Taldykin and Bartosz Dziadosz (aka Pleq), presenting a selection of their catalogue.  You can also still download their free x-mas compilation Past Disappears over at Bandcamp.  (And if you

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