Mouse And Sequencers
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Experimentation and Italian library music are the coordinates in which ‘Didactic Music’ is written, the second work of the solo project Mouse and Sequencers by Nicola Giunta (The Lay Llamas), published by Backwards. The Sicilian multi-instrumentalist makes a “catalog” of genres that range among a melancholic bucolic-folk, documentary field recordings, fleeting expeditions in space and small experiments. From the sidereal ambient music of ‘Ancient Chants’ to the late-summer suggestions of ‘Unmapped Islands’, which bring to mind some atmospheres from the only work by Mirrorring (Grouper and Tiny Vipers), ‘Foreign Body, passing through the graphite-blues of ‘Giant Squids’ and the electronic perfumes à-la ‘Silver Apples Of The Moon’ in ‘New Socialism’, Giunta gives us a precious prism with 17 faces that shines with its own light, spreading absolutely colorful emotions on the walls of our soul. There’s nothing left to do but listen to it and let yourself be carried away. Even the artwork is inspired by certain ‘library music’ album covers of the ’70s. Comes in an elegant digipack. Artwork by Nicola Giunta.
Limited to 300 copies
Brand new, never played, sealed