Cover art by A.L.
OUC032 : Orgonon Sound Machine / Anima Mundi
'Anima Mundi' music was composed in three acts on the loss of the Hermetic vitality of the world.
It was also written for an imaginary ballet if someone would like to dance on the music, with the idea of a mix between something like a clowning action and a "Butoh" ballet.
Salvatore is an Italian musician who used to play with the "Orchestra Vuota project" and is now the sole member of his new "Orgonon Sound Machine" project.
His Electronic style is an instinct bred from years of listening to act like John Cage, Stockhausen, Reich, Faust Harmonia, Cluster, Brian Eno etc...
With the 'Orgonon' project he tries to mediate the experimental side with the pop - and sometimes even dance - side, revisited and distorted to his likings.
He doesn't premeditate songs and projects.
His approach is playing and finding an instinctive way to explore.
Definitely organic and fascinating music!
Digital release on the 31st of March 2021.
1: Anima Mundi: I. The Souls Dividers
2: Anima Mundi: II. The Big Machines Ruins
3: Anima Mundi: III. The Quite Frolic Ones
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