martedì 11 luglio 2017
giovedì 18 maggio 2017
“Mimesi” is a collection of live recordings which have been made during a session of 10 days in August 2016: this immersion took place in a improvised studio in the countryside.
Basically this songs are the fruit of an ascetic meditation into a flourishing nature which strongly influenced the mood of the production until this last seems an attempt to imitate the environment itself and the processes that make it so alive: an accidental description of that real world endowed with marvelous aspects.
What came out from this immersive experiment is a reflection: a drawn link between the poise that lies in the geometries of music, and the empiricism of the physical experience of an observer. A metaphor of the hidden processes of life which gently crawl and animate a quiet and pristine place far from the speed of contemporary life.
This compositions aim to connect the science of electronic means with the ideal and eternal models you can find into the details of nature: textures, colors, air and the cycle of creation are blurred into a euphoric sober narrative that points to a magical realism into which representation, imitation and illusion take life through the sound and its time distortion.
Recorded in August 2016
Mastered at (((QS)))
Original Artwork by QueenSpectra
Premiere by Noisey Vice
lunedì 15 maggio 2017
"Mimesi Icastica" is the first excerpt from the HDADD new album.
"It is a metaphor about the relationship between sound geometry and nature: a choral game in which individual notes mask one another in a process of imitation, repetition, and concatenation. I wanted to trigger the vital mechanism that creates inflorescences and ramifications on a aural context."
From Noisey Interview Premiere
domenica 14 maggio 2017
venerdì 27 gennaio 2017
New HDADD Live Mixtape for Noisey Vice
"No Age Music" is a live mixtape in which I tried to create a circular narrative structure using tracks with different styles, moods and backgrounds: this songs are characterized by strong contents conveyed through intensity and a kinematic breath.
I wanted the mixtape lived its own life like a soundtrack for the harmonious paradox of the decontextualization ... stolen pieces from a original context, once reassembled, become the scales of a uroboro that rotates endlessly without ever touching its tail.
A little as the historical cyclicality, beyond our gaze, is punctuated by ancient rhythms, timeless sounds and universal music."