[REVIEW] Music For All (Brazil) catched up the “majestic presentation of colors and sensations” in Tonylight’s album “Lumanoide”…

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An elaborate box of enthusiasm and smiles, for young people who have been around for a long time, brings back the nostalgic moments of adventure and freedom, for modern people, a vintage aura that promises great possibilities.”

[REVIEW] Tonilight’s “Lumanoide” lands in Brazil @Roadie Music!

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“Tonylight made Lumanoide an infectious album in its dancing vein through its acidic, strident and sweet sounds. Flirting with house music and taking the form of a synonym for chiptune, the 8bit present here makes the listener even – and sometimes – have the impression of being inside the universe of video games.”

[51bts078] Tonylight: Lumanoide

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09.05.2024 || 8bit, Chiptune, Acid, Techno

Tonylight, a genuine master of the 8bit music scene, takes the advantage of his long-standing experience in the sound machines’ design and production within LEP (“Laboratorio Elettronico Popolare”), to constantly change his set-up to shape new tracks, always maintaining a characteristic pure analogue and instinctive approach in all his compositions.
Lumanoide” sounds raw, acid and old-school, with unsettling dynamics and motorik rhythms. This latest album by Tonylight can be viewed as a fully-matured version of the previously produced albums that were almost entirely based on the use of Gameboy and Nanoloop. The creative verve is the same, but the sounds are full-bodied, deep, intense, and obtained by exploiting a recently produced Danish groove-box to its limits. Lumanoide is inspired by the unforgettable nights in the clubs of the 90s, and all tracks are 120 bpm, in homage to the Marco Dionigi’s “slow motion” djsets.
The name of the album comes from “Lumanoise”, one of the synths produced by LEP, of which Tonylight is one of the founders.

Credits:
Music by Antonio Cavadini (aka Tonylight)
Cover Art by Danilo Vadis

[REVIEW] Andy Morello “…contagia con un intenso ritmo… (End Sessions, Mexico)

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““Electrical Emotions” tiene una esencia muy singular, se mantiene fiel al estilo clásico del género y regala una experiencia como ninguna otra….”

“…un viaje eléctrico que desearás experimentar con el cuerpo! “

“…. una melodía enérgica hace que la atmosfera se oscurezca y se llene de asombrosos destellos sonoros….”

[51bts077] Andy Morello: Electrical Emotions

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21.03.2024 || Modular, Techno

Electrical Emotions” is Andy Morello‘s first modular-techno EP. Once again, the eclectic performer and producer amazes us with a new studio work which follows his first two EPs, “Collateral Fluxus of Imaginary Thoughts” (2020) and “Tapes” (2022), both published by 51Beats.
Electrical Emotions is hypnotic, bassy, and alienating. It will bring you to distant world performing frenetic dances. Philipp Dick wondered whether Androids were dreaming about electric sheep… well, we don’t know, but surely humans will dream about obscure clubs and strobe lights while listening to Electrical Emotions! Electrical Emotions connect “electricity” with “emotions”, being the latest quite a special kind of electrical signals, and this is what makes us human indeed…
“Electrica” and “Ghost” are produced by Andy Morello, with the EP closing with “Electrica”’s re-edited, remixed and produced by Duscio, formerly appeared jointly with Andy within their former album “Electricults” (2021, 51Beats).

Music by Andy Morello; Remix by Duscio; Master by Andy Morello; Photo by Sauro Sorana; Cover by Andy Morello

[REVIEW] Cirro: Monstera – un “Delirio digitale fra archetipi e tecnologie” (Il Manifesto)

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“Un Ep che si inabissa nella contemporaneità liquida, dove macchina e uomo si fondono…”

“…plasticità artistico-creativa attraverso un prodotto per niente catalogabile, privo di confinamenti, per sondare lo spazio dell’oggi così drammaticamente schiuso e spaventosamente pulsante.”

(Luca Pakarov)

[51bts076] Cirro: Monstera

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25.01.2024 || Electronic, Synthwave, Pop, Downtempo

“Monstera” is the first official release by Cirro, aka Fabrizio Baioni. Mysterious voices, rough instruments, and intricate electronics all together create an atmosphere being simultaneously vibrant and hypnotic. “Monstera” is an intimate and deep sonic travel that brings you back to ancient times. Try to imagine yourself into the most remote age, feeling the energy and vibes of that times, but making use of the most modern artificial intelligence filter, which is on the other hand already trapped by present routines… Then you’ll feel how “Monstera” is a lament, a lament that gradually develops through deeper and precious hopes towards a brighter future, all in the name of an outermost sound deflagration…

Recorded, played and mixed in Macerata by Cirro aka Fabrizio Baioni.

Mastering by Simone Laurino at “Who Is Dead Studio”, Bologna

Cover Artwork by Andrea Galdo

Graphics edit by Andy Morello

[REVIEW] Joao’s BRZ @No Transmission “Let’s call it poetronic!”

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“Ceser brings a sense of his environment to his mixes, built upon judiciously simple percussion, uplifting melodies that repeat hypnotically, and lofty electronic experiments” …. “Released on the ever-reliable 51Beats label, the three tracks spin by with gentle vigour.” … ““…ultra-danceability…..innocuous techno develops with rich shades into an impressive mood that follows you around after it’s finished.“

Let’s call it poetronic!

[51vin004] VV.AA. Modular Cuisine

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24.09.2021 || electronic, electro, ambient, techno

MODULAR CUISINE is an event, a vinyl, a charity auction.
During the event, our artists “interpret” local food with live exhibitions. An exclusive vinyl is jointly released, and during the event uniquely-painted copies are exhibited in the framework of a charity auction.