con_cetta ‎– Origine

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Sound In Silence ‎– sis042
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CDr, Album, Limited Edition, Numbered
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Tracklist

1 Origine 4:08
2 I 2:39
3 II 3:13
4 III 2:26
5 IV 2:00
6 V 5:19
7 VI 5:22
8Or Fine 5:32

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This is a limited edition of 150 handmade and hand-numbered collectible copies. It is packaged in a hand-stamped 127mm x 127mm 260 gsm pale brown cardboard envelope with the front cover image printed on a polaroid style photo paper and an insert sheet containing tracklist and information printed on a 160 gsm moss green cardboard. It also comes bundled with a download code coupon and a Sound In Silence card.

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Disaster_Area

December 25, 2017
Giuseppe Cordaro, from Reggio Emilia, Italy, works as Con_cetta. Zymogen and Moteer released his previous albums, but he also contributed to compilations on Crónica, Silent Flow, Dewtone Recordings and such like. He is also one half of
Dankerque and buttinelli.A. ‘Origine’ is his first solo album in nine years and I have no idea why it took so long or why it’s only thirty minutes. Here we find processed piano melodies, ditto field recordings and guitars, and found sounds; the usual suspects one could say for an album of moody electronics. Compared to the album by Yellow6 the music of Con_cetta is much more abstract; partly because it’s not always easy to recognize an instrument as such, save for that piano I guess but that’s only in very few pieces, but it’s also not always the strictest interpretation of ambient music that is delivered here. The sixth piece, for instance, is more a doodle on a synth, cutting in and out with minimal development. This is the kind of ambient/drone/atmospheric music that I enjoy very much, since it is not very textbook stuff, and that is great. Con_cetta paints pictures according to his own rules and reminded me of Mirror, Jonathan Coleclough (but with shorter pieces) and heavier forms of laptop ambient. It is all quite dark but with some lovely textures. (Frans de Waard, Vital Weekly #1105)