Questo progetto musicale affonda le sue radici nella musica elettronica, nel post-rock e nella shoegaze con influenze down-tempo. Voce, chitarre, sintetizzatori e suoni sporchi uniti in un suono unico e convincente. Il progetto Pura Neurosi è iniziato a Barcellona, nell’estate del 2010, e rappresenta la naturale evoluzione delle traiettorie musicali dei membri. Entrambi provengono da un passato rock classico ma negli ultimi anni si sono dedicati alla produzione e al djing di musica techno e minimal. Con riferimenti alla post-dubstep di Mount kimbie, Balam Acab e i suoni atmosferici ed inquietanti di Salem, Pura Neurosi ha fuso queste influenze dentro il suo stile alternativo.
“Volume 3″ discusses the inner revolution through the moments when our journey meets conflict, our own or someone else’s, individual or collective and the truth behind it. Numbers and observations meet again in this volume to review, discuss and debate.
The artwork, designed Solange Dalannais shows us a simple pencil drawing done in real time during a dance class. The incomplete capture of moving bodies suggests that fragile but deep part of our human condition that seeks liberation and self- transformation.
The result of collaboration by two musical projects Unlogic Thing and r.roo is the creation of a pulsating sphere. It is grim and disturbing, cold and technogenic space. Music replete with choral inserts, breaking rasping beats and jammed glitch. This conjunction leads to the logical upshot. The emptiness and chilly soundscape of the title track Void makes the final touch.
released 01 November 2014
“Vol. 2 “explores the issue of innocence and the gradual loss of it, passing through curiosity, discovery, early disappointments, loneliness, fear and forgiveness.
The artwork designed by Solange Dalannais describes the moment when a young girl is caught discovering music fiddling one of those antique furniture-sound systems that once were in the living rooms and generally, children were not allowed to mess with.
This album was originally released independently via bandcamp, in April 2014.
In ” Drones, Impros & Scapes Vol 1″ the issue is the discrimination and the injustice produced by it, not only as society but as specie when the man kind feels superior to other life forms that cohabit this world.
The artwork is a monotype by Solange Dalannais that shows an abstract porcupine with apparent zoochosis symptoms, animal disease caused by captivity, easily seen in any zoo.
This album was originally released independently via bandcamp, in February 2014.
“Wings of an Angel’s recent releases have had both great sadness and great hope in them. Musical essays on the human condition, especially the soul-searching that must necessarily come from conflict, are his focus. The titles all tell stories in themselves, and guide the listener on a kind of meditation of the topic”
aitänna77 is the solo project of Spanish musician Mikel Martinez . At the beginning of last decade he began recording songs in his bedroom. Influenced by folk, lo-fi pop, electronica, ambient and a thousand other things in a declaration of love to master musicians such as Joe Meek, Franco Battiato’s music in the first half of the ’70s or Brian Eno, to name a few
Sucusauce Vol. 01 celebrates the first birthday of Sucumusic netlabel with a selection of tracks taken from some of the releases by all the bands and artists on its roster.
It is a companion to the Podcast of the same title and intention, featuring the same artists with a different selection of tracks.
In the sampler we go from the pared-down, stripped-down electronics of Art Electronix to the guitar antics of Claudio Quartarone, the idm of Tkns and soundscapes of guitar maestros Gaetano Fontanazza, Cousin Silas and Stephen Briggs, not to forget the improvised musical chasms of Purple Mountain Peal.
A sampler to celebrate but also a door to enter for whoever has stayed on the outside so far. An invitation to come in and discover the, let us say it, musical wonderland that Sucumusic is.
Have a good listening and don’t forget to download the accompanying Podcast, too.