Posts Tagged: giuseppe ielasi

Andrew Pekler ~ Tristes Tropiques

Andrew Pekler returns with a heady solo album full of beautiful electronic vistas and tropically-inspired ethnographic hallucinations.  In searching for the blurry border between the familiar and the foreign, Tristes Tropiques is the direct descendant of the “coffee-coloured” Fourth World

Andrew Pekler ~ Tristes Tropiques

Andrew Pekler returns with a heady solo album full of beautiful electronic vistas and tropically-inspired ethnographic hallucinations.  In searching for the blurry border between the familiar and the foreign, Tristes Tropiques is the direct descendant of the “coffee-coloured” Fourth World

Glauco Salvo ~ 5 Haiku

A compact suite in five parts for banjo, e-bowed zither, and electronics, it is nonetheless the environmental sounds that are the heart of 5 Haiku. Drawing metrical and formal inspiration from its poetic  namesake, 5 Haiku is given shape by Glauco Salvo’s

Glauco Salvo ~ 5 Haiku

A compact suite in five parts for banjo, e-bowed zither, and electronics, it is nonetheless the environmental sounds that are the heart of 5 Haiku. Drawing metrical and formal inspiration from its poetic  namesake, 5 Haiku is given shape by Glauco Salvo’s

Premiere: Inventing Masks (Giuseppe Ielasi)

  February 12th will see the release of Inventing Masks’ self-titled debut LP on Error Broadcast.  ACL is honored to present:  3’34” Inventing Masks is a new moniker adopted by Giuseppe Ielasi. Ielasi’s work should be familiar to our readers, as a solo artist,

Premiere: Inventing Masks (Giuseppe Ielasi)

  February 12th will see the release of Inventing Masks’ self-titled debut LP on Error Broadcast.  ACL is honored to present:  3’34” Inventing Masks is a new moniker adopted by Giuseppe Ielasi. Ielasi’s work should be familiar to our readers, as a solo artist,

Sonic Close-Ups: Milan

The work of Gianmarco del Re first came to our attention via Postcards from Italy, his excellent series of interviews reporting on the Italian experimental music scene for Fluid Radio.  He contributed to our mix series with Un Paese Vuol

Sonic Close-Ups: Milan

The work of Gianmarco del Re first came to our attention via Postcards from Italy, his excellent series of interviews reporting on the Italian experimental music scene for Fluid Radio.  He contributed to our mix series with Un Paese Vuol

Giovanni Lami ~ मेम वेर्म [mema verma]

Utilizing unintentional and incidental sounds produced with a shruti box, the latest solo work from Giovanni Lami is conceptually coherent and carefully arranged.   In the past, we’ve covered his work as half of Terrapin (with Shaun McAlpine) and Lemures (with

Giovanni Lami ~ मेम वेर्म [mema verma]

Utilizing unintentional and incidental sounds produced with a shruti box, the latest solo work from Giovanni Lami is conceptually coherent and carefully arranged.   In the past, we’ve covered his work as half of Terrapin (with Shaun McAlpine) and Lemures (with

Emiliano Romanelli ~ 333 Loops (Volume 1)

Emiliano Romanelli (b. 1979) is well-known amongst the Italian scene for his work in the multimedia duo  Tu m’.  Back at The Site Before  we were pretty fond of their record Monochromes, which made our Best of 2009 list.  Released

Emiliano Romanelli ~ 333 Loops (Volume 1)

Emiliano Romanelli (b. 1979) is well-known amongst the Italian scene for his work in the multimedia duo  Tu m’.  Back at The Site Before  we were pretty fond of their record Monochromes, which made our Best of 2009 list.  Released

Sound Propositions 06: Giuseppe Ielasi

Our friends at  Experimedia  are currently doing a Spotlight feature on Giuseppe Ielasi.  Head over to their site to check out 28 Ielasi-related albums, and check out this playlist highlighting the many sides of this very singular talent. I know

Sound Propositions 06: Giuseppe Ielasi

Our friends at  Experimedia  are currently doing a Spotlight feature on Giuseppe Ielasi.  Head over to their site to check out 28 Ielasi-related albums, and check out this playlist highlighting the many sides of this very singular talent. I know