Dark and suspenseful drones, gritty noise and orchestral choir arrangements present inescapable dystopic -but fascinating- views on current times.
Giulio Aldinucci worries about Borders and Ruins, Steve Pacheco focuses on the Heart, and Jens Pauly investigates his memory.
Italian Electro-Acoustic music, a Finnish Sense of Belonging and Expired Sceneries:
Giulio Aldinucci, OSA7029 and Zeger de Vos.
Celebrating World Listening Day 2016 with various environmental sound projects:
The sound (and vision) of the Singing Sands in Oman as recorded by Jacob Kirkegaard, public squares all around the world, enhanced by Francesco Giannico and Giulio Aldinucci, and extended drones created from the sound of the church bells from the Ulm Minster by Andreas Usenbenz
Another musical journey guided by Pleq & Giulio Aldinucci (Poland and Italy) – Umchunga (Tehran) – Dronny Darko & ProtoU from Kiev, and Matthew Atkins from the United Kingdom.