Fabrizio Modonese Palumbo :: Doropea (Old Bicycle)

In this craft based minimalist work Palumbo is using a vast array of instruments and effects to design expanded micro-tonal sound sculptures in a quite smoothly, detached and impressionistic mood.

Fabrizio Modonese Palumbo :: Doropea (Old Bicycle)

Fabrizio Modonese Palumbo is a well known architect of abstract and noisy drone based electronics. In this craft based minimalist work Palumbo is using a vast array of instruments and effects to design expanded micro-tonal sound sculptures in a quite smoothly, detached and impressionistic mood.

His new effort entitled Doropea is distributed for a short edition of 150 originally designed K7 copies. The content provides delicately made process music with a fancy for semi-improvised sequences. The first side offers a rather experimental buzzing drone improv around micro-sounds, organic chords, e-guitar noises, aleatoric piano touches and electroacoustic vibes. A vigorously evocative track, soft and spacious at the same time. The second track delivers a thrilling organic manifesto with a subtle use of field recordings, concrete noises for an interlocking cinematic experience for the ears (could be a perfect soundtrack for cerebral “found footage” film acts.) Quite a moving and dreamscaping avant-rock drone-noise album beautifully produced by the recommended Old Bicycle Records. Fans of reflective and sonic ambient shimmer of Oren Ambarchi, Aidan Baker and free-form contemporary improvs of Gordon Mumma, Alvin Lucier or Henry Flynt won’t be disappointed.

Doropea is available on Old Bicycle.

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