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The Right Place on the Wrong Map

The Right Place on the Wrong Map by Massimo Discepoli
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Massimo Discepoli

Label: Dof Label
Released: 2019
Duration: 56:46
Views: 744

Track Listing

Once in a Minute; Thin Border; The Right Place on the Wrong Map; Phase Transition; Water Sequences; Both Sides of the Line; Shapes.


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Additional Personnel / Information

Massimo Discepoli: drums, electronics, bass guitar, piano, synths.

Album Description

Crepuscular and dreamy atmospheres, large spaces, sparse melodies and drums that at times are textural and sometimes tells the story: these are some of the characteristics of "The Right Place on the Wrong Map", the new album by Massimo Discepoli, released four years after his previous album "Parallax". In these seven tracks the Italian drummer and composer continues his path of experimentation and research between electronic sounds and the pure acoustic sound of the drums, with suggestions ranging from post-rock to ambient, from jazz improvisation to minimalism, always with the desire to tell "abstract stories" characterized by atmospheres that continually oscillate between light and darkness, at the same time transporting the listener to imaginary and suggestive landscapes.


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