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Aloisio said in 1 Ottobre, 2010 at 15:53

Prince in Italia, il nuovo cd degli Angra… che dire, l’autunno inizia bene!

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B16 said in 1 Ottobre, 2010 at 23:21

According to Variety, Thom Yorke and Jonny Greenwood offered “tons and tons” of “sound experiments” for the score to the upcoming film Stone starring Ed Norton and Robert De Niro. (Via Consequence of Sound.)

“I’m friends with the guys in Radiohead, and Johnny Greenwood met me in London a while back,” said Norton. “So given the spiritual ties in this film, I started talking to him about this idea: ‘What would you use to record this divine-like tuning sound?’ And he and Thom [Yorke] had been playing a lot of weird ambient stuff at the time and so, amazingly, they just unloaded tons and tons of files to us of these sound experiments that they had been doing. We just listened to them in awe until [director] John [Curran] eventually got [composer] John O’Brien to come in and see what he could make of it.”

It is unclear whether the Yorke/Greenwood music made the final film, which is out October 8, or if the score will be released.

http://pitchfork.com/news/40257-radiohead-help-out-with-music-for-ed-norton-movie/

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B16 said in 1 Ottobre, 2010 at 23:25

Back in August, we heard that the electronic music visionary Brian Eno was going to be releasing his next album, Small Craft on a Milk Sea, on the pioneering label Warp. The proposition was immediately intriguing because so many artists on Warp were directly inspired by Eno and dedicated their creative talents toward extending the ideas that he had introduced into the conversation. It just seemed right, and it also made you wonder if working with Warp would make Eno feel competitive, like he might feel pressure to come in and show the younger generation how it’s done.

I can’t say if there’s any truth to that notion, but the first bit of new music from the album definitely gets the blood pumping. “2 Forms of Anger” is a dark, dense, and forceful track, with a noisy energy that recalls vaguely recalls guitar-heavy early work from Eno like “Third Uncle”. The first two minutes of the song feels like someone twisting to get out of a straightjacket, with the percussion and buzzing guitar and rumbling bass gathering themselves together to bust out into something, and then in its final third it explodes into a steady-state krautrock pulse, a clattering machine bound for the horizon. That it lasts only three minutes when it seems like it could easily go on for eight is difficult to get your head around, but maybe the sequencing of the album will solve that puzzle. For now, it’s an exciting mini-epic that defies expectations, a reminder of how many directions Eno’s music can go.

http://pitchfork.com/reviews/tracks/12004-2-forms-of-anger/

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buzzandmusic said in 2 Ottobre, 2010 at 08:38

CIAO ALOISIO ,CACCIO SEI COME LA PRIMULA ROSSA ,OGNI TANTO SCOMPARI ……TUTTO BENE? OK E GRAZIE OVVIAMENTE AI CONTRIBUTI TUOI E DEL MITICO B16!
MA CHI SONO GLI ANGRA,ADESSO VADO SU WIKI! GRAZIE OGNI GIORNO SE NE IMPARA UNA NUOVA………..

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