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Luigi Turra’s Diptych MP3

Part of what distinguishes Luigi Turra‘s texture.aero, on the adozen.org netlabel, is how it appears as a series of distinct sonic packets. It opens with a singular, deeply resonant ping, the proceeds through processed field recordings — first for a lull of quietude, then for an equally moderate tempo but far more voluminous and often heavenly sound (MP3). That contrast between terrestrial and ethereal may be what he’s after.

More on Italian musician and sound-installation artist Turra at his website, navenight.com.

By Marc Weidenbaum

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