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Alessandro Parisi

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Andromeda (12")
Cat: SLOMO 029. Rel: 26 May 17
Disco/Reediciones
  1. Contact (6:13)
  2. Space Machine (7:07)
  3. Dimensional Wave Impulse (5:17)
  4. The Cosmic Task (6:12)
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Cat: VIVOD 020. Rel: 15 Jan 18
Disco/Reediciones
  1. Crossfire
  2. Ravens
  3. Praying Sages (Mick Wills remix)
  4. Praying Sages
Review: Master of minimal wave sonics Alessandro Parisi has spread his full-bodied synth wares around such esteemed labels as Slow Motion, Charlois, Giallo Disco, Lux Rec and more besides, and now he slides up to Vivod with an EP of noirish fantasies you'll be hard pushed to resist. "Crossfire" is the more uptempo cut, but "Ravens" paints a more vivid picture of retro-fetishistic club music in dangerous places. "Praying Sages" goes all out on the soundtrack vibe, but not before it's been remixed by Mick Wills, who casually threads a driving techno undercarriage into the track to create a strangely transcendental slab of cathedral-ready body music.
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Five Years Of Tears Vol 1 (12" reeditado)
Cat: PNKMN 5Y1. Rel: 02 May 19
Techno
  1. Ernestas Sadau - "Vilnius Brigade" (6:08)
  2. Alessandro Parisi - "ZeroCool" (6:34)
  3. Identified Patient - "OCTrax" (7:29)
  4. Randstad - "Glasbak" (5:32)
Review: As the title suggests, this is the first volume in a series of 12" singles designed to celebrate five years of admirable Dutch label Pinkman. It's naturally packed with previously unheard treats, with a trio of label regulars being joined by newcomer Randstad. Ernestas Sadau steps up first to set the tone, delivering a raw, creepy and paranoid analogue throb-job rich in psychedelic electronic motifs, EBM style arpeggio lines and snappy machine percussion. Alessandro Parisi's "ZeroCool" sounds like a dystopian cover version of the KLF's original 1988 version of "What Time is Love" (that's a good thing, by the way), while Identified Patient's "OCTrax" joins the dots between Nitzer Ebb, Italo-disco and new beat. As for Randstad, the artist's "Glasback" is a dubby, otherworldly treat rich in odd spoken word vocals and gloomy chords.
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