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Giorgio Gigli - The right place where not to be
Electric Deluxe
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Release Date
WK 42, 15 Oct 2015
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Giorgio Gigli

The right place where not to be

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Giorgio Gigli presents his debut album after a period of personal growth due to his work on his own imprint Zooloft Records, in the same way his DJ sets reflect the spirit of that evolution. He explores sophisticated ambient layers as much as obsessive and hypnotic techno landscapes. "The Right Place Where Not to Be" is the title of Giorgio's first full-length "sonic movie", a work emerging from the depth of his soul and which properly filters every musical input he's developed over the years. The album takes its outset in a scenario where all human and animal life-forms have perished and only plants and minerals have survived. Giorgio performs that concept writing an ultra-detailed soundtrack to an imaginary movie, using rich textures that reveal new acoustics, enhanced by alienating atmospheres that captivate the listener. The album is focused on obsessive rhythmics cut on low frequencies, a persistent motion, and a stable tremor. The world is justifying its life-forms in detail. The sky is darkened by laden clouds and stratified sonics that electrify the sound of space. Blooming sensations that cover a wide spectrum, alternate from a feverish tension to the lightness of faith. Confines are rejected, techno meets ambient, purging our body of consciousness. A sonic bubble from a faraway era, a timeless atmosphere that describes a vision that seems to answer to the most important question: why? The task of creating an album is brilliantly managed in a manner that cinematically depicts a surreal concept without the loss tension. The experience of the music is enhanced by the intricate artwork with an evocative artwork that expresses Giorgio's concept: The sequence of mountains dominated by clouds on a clear sky and the depths of flowers are tinged with the memory of a wonderful past. The black and white photographies were taken in the Dolomites mountains with an old Hasselblad camera by Marcello and Alessandro Gianvenuti, and subsequently enhanced with watercolour-painted textures. The whole graphical project was curated by Studio Lord Z.