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Giacomo Vanelli // Music for Nothing TAPE

Giacomo Vanelli // Music for Nothing TAPE

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A limited edition of 2024 cassettes released by Italian ambient artist Giacomo Vanelli in February 2 from the new label Okla Records in Krakow, Poland.

Contains 10 post-new age ambient songs. DL code included.

Labels and other worksplease use this form. ///Click here to see more okla records releases available at Tobira.

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Ask us for digital files. Cassette in norelco case. 2nd edition of 35.

tracklist:

1. iiiiii (There Is Not Much Space For Hope) 04:31
2. {{{[[[((()))]]]}}} (Everyone Loves Sirens But These Are Awful) 05:43
3. ii (Bouncing Balls) 03:31
4. ~ (Whales sing under ice) 05:12
5. _~_ (The Pond) 20:09

okla records:

"'Music For Nothing' is a personal dimension. A fuzzy chaos open to interpretation, swirling around the listener, far removed from the classical compositions but sitting confidently among the greats in the ambient pantheon. Cryptic track names give way to soothing sonics, like an exorcism for those who feel lost and numb.
What began as an exercise in self-restriction and focus, a way to trigger creativity and imagination within limitations, through patient sculpting has expanded into something more. Giacomo Vanelli might have started on his trusty OP-1 Field but soon reached out to his favorite machines to complete the work. At points engaging a modular Eurorack system, othertime including a bespoke Cocoquantus syntheziser, Giacomo presents a soundscape of his inner world laid bare.
'Music For Nothing' is a spectral ritual designed to purge, to return. It's a beautiful soundscape with a dark undertone, a shimmer with the occasional howl. In a world where reason has lost its meaning, even music fails to bring peace. But we will still try."

Artist: Giacomo Vanelli

Label: okla records

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A limited edition of 2024 cassettes released by Italian ambient artist Giacomo Vanelli in February 2 from the new label Okla Records in Krakow, Poland.

Contains 10 post-new age ambient songs. DL code included.

Labels and other worksplease use this form. ///Click here to see more okla records releases available at Tobira.

----------------------

Ask us for digital files. Cassette in norelco case. 2nd edition of 35.

tracklist:

1. iiiiii (There Is Not Much Space For Hope) 04:31
2. {{{[[[((()))]]]}}} (Everyone Loves Sirens But These Are Awful) 05:43
3. ii (Bouncing Balls) 03:31
4. ~ (Whales sing under ice) 05:12
5. _~_ (The Pond) 20:09

okla records:

"'Music For Nothing' is a personal dimension. A fuzzy chaos open to interpretation, swirling around the listener, far removed from the classical compositions but sitting confidently among the greats in the ambient pantheon. Cryptic track names give way to soothing sonics, like an exorcism for those who feel lost and numb.
What began as an exercise in self-restriction and focus, a way to trigger creativity and imagination within limitations, through patient sculpting has expanded into something more. Giacomo Vanelli might have started on his trusty OP-1 Field but soon reached out to his favorite machines to complete the work. At points engaging a modular Eurorack system, othertime including a bespoke Cocoquantus syntheziser, Giacomo presents a soundscape of his inner world laid bare.
'Music For Nothing' is a spectral ritual designed to purge, to return. It's a beautiful soundscape with a dark undertone, a shimmer with the occasional howl. In a world where reason has lost its meaning, even music fails to bring peace. But we will still try."

Artist: Giacomo Vanelli

Label: okla records