Brioski is back on Mad On The Moon with a new EP. The Mindless Sequence is a selection of the industrial post-techno style he is currently pioneering. Warm, trippy, synth heavy tracks with a straight beat framed by sentence fragments. The sound signature is there, analog evolving basslines, icy pad stabs and unrelenting beats and the song structure reflects his constant evolution.
Written and produced by Claudio Brioschi Mixed at Prisma Sonoro Studio Milan Mastered at Analogcut Mastering Berlin
“Tamburi Neri”. When I first heard the name, I had the vision of a voodoo rite held in a clearing in the jungle. Moisty hands bangings on animal skin and a gathering of shamans dancing to a trance inducing beat. Then I listened to their music, and it fulfills every promise. The voodoo vision is there, but framed in a modern context of electronic production by the classy style of Claudio Brioschi also know as Brioski and brought to life by a wild counterpoint of vocal sketches and performances that ranges from vaudeville to intimate and broody moods. Claudio Brioschi and Andrea Barbieri are Tamburi Neri, both have a long history of music in the making, go check. Dolce veleno EP is i’s their second release and it’s their first on MOM, won’t be the last.
Written and produced by Claudio Brioschi and Andrea Barbieri Mixed at Prisma Sonoro Studio Milan Mastered at Analogcut Mastering Berlin
The Bank are Francesco Brini, Domenico Loparco and Emanuele Zullo, three talented musicians and experienced producers in love with funk & afro. They have an impressive background, both as producers, with releases for Prins Thomas’s Internasjonal and Solardisco and also as session musicians (Brini was the drummer for electronic pioneers Swayzak). Lats year they released an outstanding album on Bear Funk.
Radio Cash and The Money: Funky beats for voodoo dancefloors and dubby rhythms for hypnotic afternoons. Remixed with real synths by Brioski and Le Macchine.
AGIO is the project of Andrea Gabriele and Marco Mazzei, two musicians from Pescara, Italy.
They keep workshops and lectures in art and music schools, make installations on the interaction between visuals and sounds. They are used to play festivals like Dissonanze, Electric Elephant and Netmage but feel confortable in auditoriums and more academic spaces too. Andrea is also a member of Clap Rules and Marco is the voice you heard in their full lenght “Golden Hands”.
Over the years Andrea and Marco have been making music and experimenting toghether with some of the most influential italian contemporary artists. We are honoured to introduce you to their fine work.
In just two years Lula Circus have released tracks on Resopal, Ostwind, Acker, Broquade. They have also played festivals and cult venues like Maria Am Ostbahnhof and Fabric. But above all they have a Lynch reference in their name so we immediatly asked them to join us.
The original comes with three reworked versions. A disco-dub cut by Italo-Berlinese duo Discodromo, a deep-house version with a classic feel by The Heels Of Love and an old school dancefloor bomb by In Flagranti.
Mouth is Luca Fontaneto. After a more than rewarding experience with the world touring garage rock band Hot Gossip he took a one year hiatus, left Italy and went to bath in the arabic sea and to feed his soul in India, where he found his soul mate indian artist and designer Perpetual Dicky.
During this year he composed these five tracks with a crappy laptop, a broken pair of headphones and no alcohol and drugs.
Eventually he got married and lives happily and produces his sexy blend of pop, psichedelia and house in his basement studio.