Thursday, 12 December 2013

Music Review: Andrea Borghi - Music per Nastro (Tape Music)

https://f0.bcbits.com/img/a2530044183_10.jpg(Spectropol Records spect16)
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This time round Borghi brings us 10 tracks of electric ambience realised using bass, mics, computer, effects, samples & field recordings. According to the inlay it's intended to be a tribute to 1960s tape music but in what way I'm not certain.
What we get is a pretty involved and restrained set of predominantly synthetic sounds - buzzes,  creaks, jitters, clangs - that together create an eerie and generally lonesome atmosphere of forlorn abandonment.
It's quite restrained throughout and never does anything overly obtuse or eccentric.  Instead it maintains it's pace and it's aura throughout to create something quite immersive and nicely unsettling.
(www.spectropol.com)


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