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Open To The Sea

by Enrico Coniglio & Matteo Uggeri

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Lost Tribe Sound Coniglio and Uggeri always deliver on some of the most engaging and unpredictable music out there. Melancholic orchestrations, delicious slabs of rhythm bubble out of nowhere, brooding horns, and distressed vocal ramblings wildly intersect to form an oddly seamless and immersive world.
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Scott The puzzle is a great idea! I'm already somewhat familiar with Uggeri's work, having his "Un-estate Senze Pioggia" CD (released under the name Hue)--his long-time desire to combine musical and field-recorded elements really soars here with Coniglio's work on the instruments. The cover art is a perfect match for the delicate and whimsical music...a nice visit to an alternate realm. Favorite track: Up Over The Harbours Lights.
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I Am The Sea 04:13
Allarme 05:14


“Open To The Sea” is the result of fruitful email conversation between two italian artists Enrico Coniglio and Matteo Uggeri. Sweet and minimal melodies on piano, organ and guitar of Enrico meet the efforts on trumpet and drums by Matteo, whose electronics treatment and delicate beats provide the solid ground to a music that seems a perfect match, unusual and at times brilliant, of the two artists’ sensibility. “Open To The Sea” explores a variety of merging organic sounds where the calm and intimate feel of the album is disrupt by incursions of gentle noises and sometimes curious juxtapositions. The contribution of several guests, including vocals by Comaneci, Lau Nau, Violeta Päivänkakkara and British actor John Guilor, enrich the acoustic palettes of the record. Drops of additional brass by Fabio Ricci (Vonneumann), electronics by Giulio Aldinucci and Stella Riva (Satan Is My Brother), along with James Plotkin accurate mastering are the final details to the frame of “Open To The Sea”.


released July 7, 2017

Mastered by James Plotkin
Paintings by Flavio Parrino (1916-1994)
Enrico Coniglio – piano, guitars, banjo, electric organ, Yamaha TX7, Casio-CZ 5000, sampler, tapes and vinyls
Matteo Uggeri – trumpet, drums, field recordings, radio, samples, elecrtronics and beats
Giulio Aldinucci – electronics on 5
Francesca Amato / Comaneci – vocals and lyrics on 9 and intro on 1
John Guilor – spoken words on 6
Franz Krostopovic – stolen violin samples on 6
Andrea Serrapiglio – stolen cello samples on 1
Violeta Paivankakkara – vocals and lyrics on 4
Francesca Stella Riva – trombone on 5 and 8
Fabio Ricci – trumpet on cymbals in 5
Lau Nau – vocal on 1


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