Out on Boring Machines and Non Piangere Dischi in Spring 2017.
Bored of working for years on microsounds, crick & crocks, drones and field recordings, Matteo Uggeri launches a new project using field recordings, drones, crick and crocks, microsounds and ignorant beats.
Each of the four tracks of this first full-lenght album "One Single Sound" is then built using only 1 drone, 1 field recording, 1 sampled drumbeat.
Then a lot of effects.
released March 24, 2017
Music by Barnacles.
Barnacles stole the source sounds, which were made by other musicians, including:
Giulio Aldinucci’s drones, a live orchestra of accordions, Ornella Amonini’s voice, uncle Ronnie’s screams,
some old field recordings by Stefano De Ponti,
a yoga class ohm and Maurizio Abate’s guitar.
Drums: stolen & sampled.
Mixed by Barnacles in 2016.
Mastered by Rico Gamondi in 2017.
Illustration taken from Kunstformen der Natur (1904),
by Ernst Heinrich Haeckel (1834 - 1919),
adapted by Matteo Uggeri. Artwork by Matteo Uggeri.
He says: do not - DO NOT - fast-forward a single track.
If you do, you will miss something. Something important.