|Bernardino Femminielli / La Montaña Del Capricornio|
|Album:||La Montaña Del Capricornio||Collection:||General|
|Artist:||Bernardino Femminielli||Added:||Nov 2010|
|Add Date:||2010-11-14||Pull Date:||2011-01-16||Charts:||Classical/Experimental|
|Week Ending:||Jan 9||Jan 2||Dec 19||Dec 12||Dec 5||Nov 28||Nov 21|
|1.||Jun 14, 2012:||maximum entropy ii |
|4.||Mar 05, 2011:||This is why we can't have nice things |
|2.||Jul 14, 2011:||bricolage |
|5.||Jan 18, 2011:||anti-heroine |
|3.||Apr 29, 2011:||gilt |
|6.||Jan 02, 2011:||According To Esquire:The Best Of 2010 |
A cassette rip consisting of two 30-minute journeys into melting drippy synth Shangra-La. Canada’s very own Bernardino Femminielli brings us his second full-length cassette—a compilation of blurry psychadelia he bashed out using 7 distorted keyboards, an old heirloom piano and a drum machine. Brother, this is far-out. |
RIYL: Hobo Cubes, Archers by the Sea, Sujo, practically anything in our cassette collection
1. A dizzying merry-go-round of kalediscopic synth and hazy sound effects. Chirping keyboards, inverted colors—a lightheaded bliss. Don’t forget the sunscreen.
2. A dark-matter smorgasboard with urgent washes of static, haunting vintage pianos, and spiraling minor chords. Disorienting and rough around the edges.
|1.||Side A||2.||Side B|