sabato 13 dicembre 2014

URNA "Cauchemar" review on Culture Is Not Your Friend!

To hear from Yerevan tapes is to hear the long awaited sound of a new uneasiness that you have been waiting for. This time it’s Urna, the project by Gianluca Martucci, in the album ‘Cauchemar’ which is released on a gray cassette by the unsettling label. The world of Cauchemar is almost subliminal, as the horrifying hissings are whispering the litanies slowly and quietly in a 30 minutes long ceremony.

Through the menacing, four tracks long chant there is a supernova of smaller, piercing sounds and minute events that makes ‘Cauchemar’ so impressive and intense. “Careful what you wish for”, they say, or better yet – as one artist used to say several years ago – “Don’t fuck with magic”. I have a feeling I should seriously consider my thoughts and wishes while listening to this album because something wicked came through these speakers. I am pretty sure about it.

URNA "Cauchemar" finally out on Yerevan Tapes!

Yerevan Tapes is thrilled to release "Cauchemar", a four-song cassette focused on the nightmare dimension. No wonder that for the first time here Martucci is adding a bass to his sonic creations, an instrument well know for its low, disturbing frequencies that properly reflects the feeling of everlasting oppression URNA wanted to deliver with these new tracks. This way "Cauchemar" stands as an exorcism against these nightmares that haunt the artist's mind.

Side A: Umbra / A worm in my bed
Side B: Alp / Cauchemar

Comes on grey tape cassette with artwork by Silvia Anhayt
Limited edition of 100 copies.

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