Trance Mutation

by Nuel

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Ed Buckley This is tribal trance. Essentially consisting of percussion and guitar, with a bit of synth scattered about, its repetitive beats and rhythms give it a very minimalist feel.The percussion is Mideast/Indian making it feel a bit exotic and ancient, while the electric guitar is an obvious modern element. The first two tracks get a bit boring , but overall this is an interesting set of pieces. I found this buried in the wishlist of Dirt Music. Thoth made me buy it. :-) Favorite track: Vibration.
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PressPlay3 this music, resembles the past yet sounds like present, like all of it Favorite track: Mentalism.
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During the last couple of years Italy has become an epicentre for some of the deepest, most hypnotic techno around. Operating somewhat under the radar in comparison to some of his countrymen; Nuel has been successfully running the Aquaplano label, with his regular production partner Donato Dozzy, while building his own studio in a small town near Rimini on the Meditteranean coast.

This album is a departure from the techno that he has become known for - it being both more individual and experimental, yet also more accessible and honest. Its organic sound created by continually overdubbing his own solo performances across a range of acoustic and electric pianos, drums, and guitars using one mic, one mixer channel and an abundance of live FX.

Recorded in a single week with one day devoted to each track the album has a building introspective intensity as the mental attrition of sleep deprivation cleanses the mind to reveal only more confusion.

"Very mystical, reminds me of Popol Vuh and Ashra"
- François Kevorkian

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released November 21, 2011

Written, performed, recorded, produced & mixed by Manuel Fogliata in Montescudo, Italy 2011.

Mastered by Rashad Becker @ Dubplates & Mastering, Berlin.

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