Label: Resting Bell
Format: File, MP3, 320 kbps
Released: 10 Sep 2009
Style: Experimental, Ambient
Credits: Artwork By - Christian Roth
Artwork By [Image] - NASA/JPL-Caltech
Written-By, Recorded By - Ennio Mazzon
Ennio Mazzon is an Italian sound artist. I first heard of him as a remixer of Off Land’s “Input Shape”.
But he did netaudio-releases on Audiotalaia and Timetheory and a CDr-release on his own imprint “Ripples Recordings”, as well as various sampler-contributions.
“The Possibility Of Joy” contains 4 tracks with a complete duration of about 22 minutes.
Most of the material seems to be generated with synthesizers and electronical equipment with
a little addition of field recordings in some parts. The sound is based between athmospherical, clean sounds and noisy, distorted parts, opening up a wide range of listening-impressions. Creating noise on one hand but also beatiful emerging melodies within these loud and massive soundwalls.
To speak with Ennio’s words: “I want to transform the natural silence.“ So close your eyes and drift through all the different layers of granulations, distortions and glitches.
1 Numbed Feet (6:44)
2 De La Lutte (2:32)
3 26 Of December (5:10)
4 In A Year (6:47)
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