Vitolo, Buoninfante, De Rosa
Digital, Brass Plaques
CAT. N: SR-022
Music by Anacleto Vitolo, Luca Buoninfante, Mariaceleste De Rosa Mastered by Anacleto Vitolo at AV-K Studio Brass artwork by Mariantonietta Clotilde Palasciano Laser engravings by BinaryCodedBrain Design by Scual
Stochastic Resonance is proud to announce the release of new album, 171115-203145, by the talented trio of Anacleto Vitolo, Luca Buoninfante, and Mariaceleste De Rosa.
Born from the collaboration and free improvisation of the three musicians, each bringing their unique sound approach and study path to the table, 171115-203145 is the culmination of a series of electrifying electroacoustic sessions, in which they created a unique and captivating blend of soundscapes.
Buoninfante's contribution focused on utilizing concrete sounds, objects, and microphones of various kinds, creating a raw and organic sound. Meanwhile, De Rosa's custom and self-made sound instruments, coupled with her synths, brought a touch of innovation and experimentation to the project. Vitolo, on the other hand, contributed to the project with more synthetic and digital components that emphasized the spatiality component of sound. The result of this collaboration is an album that is both captivating and mesmerizing, where each track takes you on a journey through the unique and diverse soundscapes created by the trio. The album's tracks reflect a wide range of experimental and thought-provoking sounds, making it a must-listen for enthusiasts of avant-garde and experimental music.
Given the concreteness and materiality of the sound, on the visual level, the trio was joined by artist Mariantonietta Clotilde Palasciano, whose research is embodied in the creation of languages arising from the treatment and transformation of materials.
This new collaboration between music and materials is declined in the creation of the cover art, in a series of 16 unique brass plaques crafted by Palasciano, through oxidation and corrosion techniques, and later laser engraved by BinaryCodedBrain. The collaboration continues in the live performances, where the topologies created by Palasciano are used to create the visuals of the live performances, curated by Scual.