Tiziano Popoli, Marco Dalpane ‎– Scorie

Yaki Record ‎– RYS LB 704
Vinyl, LP


A1 Moving Objects Slow Dance 8:55
A2 Arabian Dream 6:15
A3 The Tower 8:55
B1 The Screenfold 11:58
B2 Scorie 10:20

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Musiche composte ed eseguite per lo spettacolo "Scorie" , prod. Koinè, Novi di Modena, Italy, 1985.

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  • Rights Society: S.I.A.E.
  • Matrix / Runout (A-Side Runout Etching): RYS LB 704 A
  • Matrix / Runout (B-Side Runout Etching): RYS LB 704 - B

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October 22, 2017
edited about 1 year ago
"Long coveted and hunted by collectors, Scorie falls among the strange and definition resistant artifacts of Italy’s remarkable avant-garde music scene of the 70’s and 80’s. An emblem of sonic diversity rendered through electronic sound, distilling a daunting number of traditions and ideas, while sculpting its own world of creative singularity, standing apart from the rest.

While a great many of Italy’s avant-garde and experimental music practitioners began within the spectrums of popular music, slowly pushing into more explicitly ambitious and challenging realms as the years wore on, Tiziano Popoli and Marco Dalpane represent a change in the directional tide. Scorie is a part of movement toward, and the incorporation of, popular forms, within avant-garde music which swept across the globe during the 1980’s. As challenging and uncomfortable as it is seductive and inviting, Scorie weaves a world without boundary, of collision and harmony. A vision of possible futures, rendered in its present day. A melodic realm, almost entirely constructed through the use of synthesizers, with subtle interventions of electronic rhythm generators, bridging the metronomic territories explored by Terry Riley and Steve Reich and the drifting harmonics of New Age, with the moodiness of New Wave and the adventurous spirit of the avant-garde. Don’t sleep on this one. A rare chance to grab an original copy of this lost artifact of Italy’s incredible avant-garde scene." Review from Soundohm