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VipCancro - Gamma FLAC
  • Performer VipCancro
  • Title Gamma
  • Date of release 01 Sep 2013
  • Country Italy
  • Style Abstract, Drone, Experimental
  • Label Lisca Records
  • Catalog number Lisca013
  • Other formats Vinyl, LP, Limited Edition, Numbered
  • Genre Electronic
  • Size MP3 1872 mb
  • Size FLAC 2810 mb
  • Rating: 4.2
  • Votes: 133

Tracklist

1Guernara
2Molize
3Giorni Di Carne
4Magicicada
5Timpani
Drums – Matteo Puccinelli
6Kynsdra

Credits

  • BassAndrea Borghi
  • ElectronicsAlberto Picchi
  • Percussion, TapeFilippo Ciavoli Cortelli
  • Photography By [Photo]Valentina Ramacciotti
  • VoiceNicola Quiriconi

Notes

Limited and numbered to 250 copies.

Matteo Puccinelli - Drums on Timpani
Photo - Valentina Ramacciotti

HIGH VOLUME == HIGH LISTENING EXPERIENCE

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Album

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Julian Cope presents Head Heritage
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"Vinyl of the Month must surely go to the epic GAMMA by Italian quartet VipCancro, whose startlingly out there performance pitches the ensemble against such Krautrock epics as German Oak, Yatha Sidra and early Guru Guru. Indeed, for anyone requiring brain tissue abandonment GAMMA will entirely do you justice. Their peculiar line-up of two synthesists, bass player and samples places VipCancro into a pure avant-garde territory, allowing splendid outbursts of canon-like percussion, and cinematic levels of monochrome noise. Released on the excellent Lisca Records label in a superb textured gatefold sleeve, this band understand their metaphor so well that they luxuriate in it, steep themselves for as long as possible then stretch that sucker out as far as they can. Bravo, gentlemen. Many thanks for such a beautiful outburst!"
Julian Cope - october 2013
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VITAL WEEKLY
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"A nice shiny shiny silver silkscreen cover here for VipCancro's LP (in an edition of 250 copies), with the instruction to play it loud. This Italian improvisation band has a rock like line up, almost, but then without guitars: Filippo Ciavoli Cortelli (percussion, tapes), Alberto Picchi (electronics) and Nicola Quiriconi (voice) and Andrea Borghi on bass. They had previous releases (see Vital Weekly 785 and 872) and noise is their style, but there is more happening than just a wall of noise. Their dirty, lo-fi drones remind me of some of the best bands from New Zealand in this area, such as Sandoz Lab Technicians or Surface Of The Earth, but VipCancro is even more minimal and feedback seems to play a bigger role, from time to time, along with the noted absence of the guitar. Unlike the previous releases, which seemed to be a bit more noise based, this new LP seems rather more subdued and deeper, perhaps more atmospheric. Maybe turning up the volume isn't such a bad idea, not because loud equals better, but because more of the album's beauty is revealed. Of the three releases I heard by VipCancro so far, I think this is the best so far. Carefully constructed pieces of dirty drone music, with a touch of noise thrown in here and there. Lots of subdued scraping of instruments and long-form sustaining drones, going bass deep down. The element of voice is hard to find around here, maybe only in 'Giorni Di Carne', but maybe there are live transformations of the voice, rendering it impossible to hear. Who knows? Excellent stuff throughout here. (FdW)"