09.10.2020 || Modular Synth, experimental, glitch, ambient
“Collateral Fluxus of imaginary thoughts” will open your imagination. Deep-listen to grab a unique opportunity to isolate yourself from everything & everyone. Alone with your Thoughts. Your main daily-flow will suddenly disappear, and only the most Collateral Fluxus will emerge, in their full power.
In “Collateral Fluxus of imaginary thoughts”, sound research, random rhythms, deep bass, glitches, delays, feedback, noises, wide environments, sinusoidal waves and frequency modulations create a rare example where electronic music, dub, techno, ambient and experimentation successfully merge.
“Collateral Fluxus of imaginary thoughts” is a collection of “one take” sessions, all performed with an extensive use of modular synthesizer environments.
Another debut-release @51beats !
“Laverna meets 51beats” is mixed by RHESS (aka Mike Marchesan)
Some netlabels seem to be the most interesting realities in modern times, capable of a great path of research of new artists and new sounds; accurate selections and attention/focus on details. Laverna (its sublabel Falerna) and 51beats fit entirely this way to think music which brings to the deep meaning of art. (the mix is premiered @Son of Marketing)
“…collection of intergalactic dancefloor bombs that are sure to warp minds.”“In support of the forthcoming release, Marcio, Bhonz, and Endo have offered up “Navigator 101” as today’s XLR8Rdownload. Like those on the album, it’s a track with tough, drum-machine rhythms and snaking acid lines, a track that, when played at the right time, will undoubtedly cause mass hysteria in a club.”
“INTELLIGENT JOY MUSIC” – IJM
“…Un gusto particolarmente elegante e giocoso che fa dell’ironia e della spensieratezza i perni sui quali si basa una produzione che contiene di tutto e di piu’: house music, computer music, analogic sound, toy sound, balearic groove,…”
“…siamo convinti servano produzioni come questa per sciogliere quella modalita’ del prendiamoci sul serio che non ha mai abbandonato il pensiero elettronico italiano…”
(Mirco Salvadori, Massimo Caner)