Narassa ‎– Tensione Dinamica

Rotary ‎– R 1001
Vinyl, LP


A1 Tensione Statica
A2 Tensione Dinamica
A3 Fantapolitica
A4 Vacuum
A5 Vacuum
A6 Conflittuale
A7 Filterband
B1 Spleen
B2 Spleen
B3 Subtone
B4 Subtone
B5 Aflogelia
B6 Aflogelia
B7 Starsuspense

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May 23, 2016
Tensione Dinamica by Narassa (an alias of Sandro Brugnolini), is the first of two Intervallo releases dedicated to Rotary’s experimental vein (another one will follow soon).

This lost gem by the duo Brugnolini/Tommasi is a piece of work ahead of its time – pretty much as it happened to the almost-twin album Tecnologia -, and it’s characterized by a lighter use of technology and a more traditional approach.

Creative tension (be it static or dynamic, like the first two song titles of the album) is always headed toward experimentation, even if touches of jazz and of the great tradition of Italian libraries can be found in the album. Vacuum (in two versions), Conflittuale and Filterband introduce electro touches, but the biggest surprise comes with Spleen, the opener of side two: a perfect track to be sampled for hip-hop – wait... did anyone say Mobb Deep? – and totally crazy, for the time it came out. But Tensione Dinamica is also enhanced by the precious liquid piano and the synth mumbles of Subtone e Fantapolitica... and let’s not forget the invention of Stereolab in Aflogelia. Totally amazing!


March 11, 2014
Narassa is Sandro Brugnolini