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Vercetti Technicolor and the Giallo Disco Sound
January 27, 2014, 4:22 am
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Digging Giallo Disco visuals and sounds – is this a new genre?

Giallo Disco Records. Alessandro Parisi - La Porta Ermetica

Giallo Disco Records are proud to present Alessandro Parisi

Alessandro Parisi’s alchemical elecronic saga began in 2006. Born in Pordenone, travelling through Venice, Rome and now located in Treviso, Alessandro’s unique retro-futurist soundtrack re-imaginings are Italian through and through. Armed only with a TR707, Roland JX3P and an old Teac 244 Tape Recorder his music is organic, magickal and scary as hell…

La Porta Ermetica EP (and accompanying limited edition CD album) is a journey through mistical realms and Italian fog. All analogue hardware compositions mixed with seemingly EVP recordings of ghosts. Of course, one of these ghosts is the Queen of Italian Coldwave Mushy (Mannequin Records) whose ritualistic collaboration “Centrum in Trigono Centri” spills like ectoplasm from the ears of the possessed. Our special guest remixer for this release is the legendary Brassica (Dissident / Civil Music / Cyberdance / Nocturnes) which sees his cosmified rework of “Hesperius Draco” as a soundtrack to Timberland attending a voodoo ritual in an abandoned Detroit warehouse.

The limited CD contains bonus materials and an exclusive extended remix of Azot et Ignis, by Giallo Disco’s own Vercetti Technicolor, taking the original into uncharted cinematic territory.

Giallo Disco Records

Amazing sounds plus amazing cut/slash/mash visuals by Kerstin White – check out this one…


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