Ded starts with this compilation, representing a long activity in Dobialab promoting electronic music with djset, concerts, audio-video installations and performances.
On this compact disc you can find some local electronic music enthusiasts addicted to borken rhythms and Warp sounds working with samples and beats on Ableton Live (Gullidanda, Oneballaround, ep|AK_m), some italian twisted scientists based in Netherlands losing their minds with Max MSP’s autogenerative patches (Batti, JesterN), some Upitup Records’ Romans guys exploring old and new synthetic enviroments in Liverpool (Jacques Malchance, Isocore), a breakcore/dubstep australian producer based in Berlin creating an ever-changing ambient surround (Trimaxis), an electronic duo using just synthesizers and drum machines to fill the floor with a melanchonic disco-pop song (Lithium) and two sentimental dudes bringing back the sonic entities of Black Dog and Raffaella Carrà (Double M, Onussen).
Some have been guests in Dobialab, some are inolved in it and some others have played in events organized by it; all of them partecipated to Dobialab activities.
The cd comes with subtle artwork by Alan De Cecco and minimal graphics by Gabriele Cancelli.
Bass Class – Gullidanda
Shaped – Batti
Toxteth-RA – Isocore
Freedomwithinteknology – Trimaxis
Phoebe – Lithium
Blister – Oneballaround
Spatril – ep|AK_m
Generative factory – JesterN
Ship acid (when I lived in the lighthouse) – Jacques Malchance
Sound glasses – Double M
Viva li Taglia – Onussen
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