Post Tagged with: "Stefano Rocchi"

V/A :: Spirals and Synapses (Analogic Density)

This latest compilation has followed the same line as past installments, harsh and hardy sounds made in the 90’s tradition. This is music for sweat streaked floors and smoke filled rooms, in other words techno with a capital “T.” Italy has become my stop for no-nonsense, straight up, techno bangers. Labels like Love Blast, which […]

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V/A :: Planned Obsolescence (Analogic Density)

Planned Obsolescence is a collection of organic abhorrence. Techno sown in toxic soil, allowed to grow in a caustic fog of feedback and spread. An interesting collective has taken root under the Analogic Density banner, one steeped in the traditions of Italian techno, bred on analogue instruments and discontent. 2017 means new possibilities, and a […]

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Beneath the surface of Blackwater :: Interview and Mix

And what is that sound? Techno I would say. Not specific enough? Add some of the following and you’ll get a picture. Black. Psychological. Industrial. Melancholic. Introverted. All styles that the London/Rome label of Blackwater has explored in its two year life. I was chatting with Marco Moreno Graziano of Analogic Density about electronic music […]

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V/A :: Third Chapter (Analogic Density)

Four tracks of solid techno from the next generation, a generation securing the motherland’s place in the continuing annals of machine music. God knows everyone sees everything these days. When the question begins like “Did ‘ya see that thing on Facebook?” The omnipresent eye seeing the same stuff the other omnipresent eye. Well, here’s another […]

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V/A :: Visions Vol.1 (Blackwater)

The musical territory explored on Visions Vol.1 is quite captivating and will without any doubt seduce hardcore fans of free-form and contemporary beat-driven electronic music. Rising from the Roman underground, Blackwater is a recently launched label whose ambition is to release on both vinyl / digital edition various artists who are keeping the flag of opened […]

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Stefano Rocchi & Moonlite Bunny Ranch :: Double review (Love Blast)

Cyclical rhythms brooded over my maniacal musicians with mutated melodies on their mind, and at their fingertips. I only discovered the Love Blast label a couple of months back, but the Italian imprint’s blatant disregard for the norm has really made an impact on me. The Rome label tinkers and toys with the parameters of […]

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