Posts Tagged: Naples

Francesco Gregoretti ~ Solid Layers, Deafening Shapes

  Many of my favorite artists trained as architects, while many of my favorite composers had their origins in the rhythm section. I can’t help but try to see some commonality in this. Architects must strike a balance between being

Francesco Gregoretti ~ Solid Layers, Deafening Shapes

  Many of my favorite artists trained as architects, while many of my favorite composers had their origins in the rhythm section. I can’t help but try to see some commonality in this. Architects must strike a balance between being

LCNL 016: Mario Gabola Mix

LCNL 016: Mario Gabola Mix This month’s mix comes from Mario Gabola.  As I described  in the intro to SEC_‘s mix, I met Mario at Perditempo, a center of the experimental music scene in Naples, Italy.  Born in Salerno in

LCNL 016: Mario Gabola Mix

LCNL 016: Mario Gabola Mix This month’s mix comes from Mario Gabola.  As I described  in the intro to SEC_‘s mix, I met Mario at Perditempo, a center of the experimental music scene in Naples, Italy.  Born in Salerno in

LCNL 012: SEC_ Mix (part two)

LCNL 012: SEC_ Mix (part two) Based in Naples, Italy, SEC_ combines music that reflects the darker, more chaotic side of this Mediterranean seaport. SEC_’s aesthetic practice is deeply personal and his technique and focus are inspiring. This mix showcases

LCNL 012: SEC_ Mix (part two)

LCNL 012: SEC_ Mix (part two) Based in Naples, Italy, SEC_ combines music that reflects the darker, more chaotic side of this Mediterranean seaport. SEC_’s aesthetic practice is deeply personal and his technique and focus are inspiring. This mix showcases

LCNL 10: SEC_ Mix (part one)

LCNL 010: SEC_ Mix Last year while in Napoli I met Mario Gabola (A spirale, Aspec(t)) at Perditempo, an incredible music venue in Piazza Dante with a sister-store nearby, both of which act as bars that sell radical books and

LCNL 10: SEC_ Mix (part one)

LCNL 010: SEC_ Mix Last year while in Napoli I met Mario Gabola (A spirale, Aspec(t)) at Perditempo, an incredible music venue in Piazza Dante with a sister-store nearby, both of which act as bars that sell radical books and

nembrot/A. “ICS” Ferraris ~ il suono dell’ olifante

Yet another instance of Italian sound experimentalists collaborating, il suono dell’olifante draws on noise improvisation and careful post-production techniques.  The trio of Nembrot draws out “insane” guitar noise with “nembrotic percurssion,”  combined with the laptop treatments and cheap electronics of Andrea

nembrot/A. “ICS” Ferraris ~ il suono dell’ olifante

Yet another instance of Italian sound experimentalists collaborating, il suono dell’olifante draws on noise improvisation and careful post-production techniques.  The trio of Nembrot draws out “insane” guitar noise with “nembrotic percurssion,”  combined with the laptop treatments and cheap electronics of Andrea