Weekly Sale: Silentes Sublabel A4 Booklet Items and More

This week we’ve done temporary markdowns on some very interesting Silentes sub-label items packaged in the larger, A4 booklets, and the sale prices are good through March 4th or while supplies last.

Fabio Orsi – Qui Vicino –Regularly $8.99, right now just $6.99
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CD + A4 booklet.
“Born in the province of Taranto, in southern Italy, after many years spent in Naples and now based in Berlin, Fabio Orsi sits among the most interesting names of the European electronic and experimental scene. Following his early output on A Silent Place and Smallvoices, his music works have been published by many other labels worldwide, including Last visible Dog, Porter Records, Boring Machines and Silentes. His talent has become an estabilished reality thanks to his abilities in finding a nice balance between experimentation and melody, sounding intimate and abstract at the same time, using drones of a concrète and electronic nature, acoustic instruments, field recordings, synthesizers and computer treatments for his compositions. In addition to his solo work, we would also like to mention his many collaborations with Italian saxophonist and multi-instrumentalist Valerio Cosi and Gianluca Becuzzi a.k.a. Kinetix, and ex-Limbo, that projected their visions into a different perspective. ‘Qui vicino’ does not contain any note or credit, just a touching dedication from which we deduce the intimate nature of the composition. Ideally divided into two parts of roughly equal duration, the track offers a dark evolving guitar drone that slowly take shape and then dissolve to recreate itself in a more placid and radiant way.”

-Limited edition of 250 copies that comes with 16-pages A4 booklet containing stunning pictures taken by Orsi himself. silentes.it

Maurizio Bianchi + Saverio Evangelista – Micromal Sonorities –Regularly $9.99, right now just $6.99
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CD + A4 booklet
“A collaboration between Maurizio Bianchi and Saverio Evangelista (Esplendor Geometrico). Originally published only in Japan in 2007 and deleted since long, it’s now time for this long awaited re-release, which – along with the CD – features the photographic work “Micro” by Stefano Gentile, inspired by the album.

This release is limited to 250 copies. -silentes.it

Gianluca Favaron + Stefano Gentile – Entretien –Regularly $9.99, right now just $6.99
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CD + A4 booklet. “The project originates from ‘in black’ images taken by Stefano Gentile. Takes that flow in the most hidden sides of the soul. Gianluca Favaron gives sounds to these images with notes that don’t leave room for imagination. Field-recordings and electronics to tell the same visions, the same soul moods. This release includes a 16 pages A4 booklet featuring the photographic work by Stefano Gentile and a CD with the sounds created by Gianluca.” -Limited edition of 230 copies -silentes.it

Trax Reprint 2 – Notterossa/Rednight (2CD) –Regularly $10.99, right now just $7.99
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2CD + A4 booklet

“This is the first in a series of reprint programme of the most representative titles from the TRAX catalogue, one for each letter of the name: T for Traxman, the comics series created for Frigidaire magazine by Massimo Giacon and Vittore Baroni; R for Rednight, a collective homage to the work of William S. Burroughs; A for Anthems, alternative national hymns for real and imaginary countries; X for Xtra, audio works composed at distance through a process of crossed interferences. Each reprint, accompanied with old and new texts, contemplates a digital remastering of the original works with the addition of remixes, remakes or new compositions created in concordance with the peculiar and distinctive modular approach of TRAX. This is an extended reissue of the cassette from 1982.

CD1: “Notterossa” is the full length orginal tape edited by V. Baroni & D. Ciulini.

CD2: “Rednight” is a new creation by Gianluca Becuzzi, assembled in 2006 at KXLab.” -coldspring.co.uk

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We’ve also decided to leave LAST WEEK’S SALE up for another week, so there are lots of great bargains to choose from!

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