Avant-garde composer Vincenzo Ramaglia‘s latest untamed art composition La parole has been unleashed to the public for their listening pleasure. The album features the haunting vocals of talented Laura Le Prunenec and the beautifully enigmatic sound you would expect from Ramaglia’s work. The album was released on 14 February via PEM Records.
Ramaglia cites Autechre, Björk, Arvo Pärt, and Radiohead as major inspirations for his experimental compositions. La parole was mixed and mastered by two of Italy’s renowned, Elefante Bianco for the mixing and Reference Studio for the master. Before his big break in the electronic music scene, Ramaglia won the Tournoi International de Musique for his orchestral talent and work. His soundtrack was featured with John Turturro for the illustrious and prized film Ore 2: calma piatta.
“It offers an alternation of hypnotic atmospheres and broken rhythms, somewhere between composition and improvisation, with Laure Le Prunenec’s voice that has long gone straight to everyone’s heart, around the world, with its thousand shades: from the whisper to the scream, from the ‘growl’ of metal ancestry to the lyric and from the bass to the falsetto and to the highest range. The style of the album is at the crossroads between IDM electronic avant-garde (in the mood of Warp and Raster-Noton artists), ‘real time breakcore’ (with an analog electronic setup strictly without a computer) and experimental pop. In short: a mixture that is not easy to find.”
Ramaglia previously featured on Techno Music
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