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Above the Tree / Musica da Cucina

split

https://www.inkoma.com/k/2833

(5+2 tx vinyl incl. CD, 29'34'' - Musica per organi caldi, Boring Machines, Brigadisco, People from the Mountains, Marinaio GaioShipwreck, Uaooo, Lothar Prod 2010)

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Multi (italian) indie-labels powered, this 12'' vinyl split (including a CD version) sees Above the Tree and Musica da Cucina, - two outsiders of experimental music, - one, bizzarre, focusing the aching-cat blues side, - and the latter on the minimal, evocative ambient Music corner of sound.
Recorded inside Itri's Castle (Lazio, Italy), - while Marco Bernacchia, aka Above the Tree, plays his acoustic guitar and sings to the Moon his weird painful tunes bathed in reverb, oblique, noisy and dissonant, - Fabio Bonelli (Musica da Cucina) dives into a sinister wordless space of slow ritual mantra, divided in two spiritual movements with a mesmerising effect, - objects turnt unsual music instruments, as well, - where an hypnotic clarinet is the embroidery floss for a long unearthly static promenade (Il vento muove appena).

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Split sostenuto da una ricca manciata di indie label nostrane, questo split 12 pollici (include CD) vede Above the Tree e Musica da Cucina, - due outsider della musica sperimentale, - il primo a focalizzare un bislacco blues stile gatto fatto a fette, e l'altro all'angolo della Musica ambient, più evocativo e minimale.
Registrato tra le stanze del Castello di Itri (Latina, Lazio), - mentre Marco Bernacchia, aka Above the Tree, suona la sua chitarra acustica e canta alla Luna le sue bizzarre melodie dolorose in bagno di riverbero, oblique, rumorose e dissonanti, - Fabio Bonelli (Musica da Cucina) si tuffa in un sinistro spazio senza voci, un lento rituale mantra in due movimenti spirituali con effetto mesmerico, - oggetti votati ad esser inusuali strumenti musicali, dove un ipnotico clarinetto è il filo di ricamo per una lunga passeggiata statica ultraterrena (Il vento muove appena).


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