Nino Pedone, aka Shapednoise, provides a concept suite inspired by the "Serenity Manifesto" of Eric Burton (Rabit) and Francesco Birsa Alessandri - a sort of poetic inversion of Luigi Russolo's futurist manifesto, The Art of Noises (1913). In "Motion And Depth" or the bleached electro-acoustic structures of "Delusional Path" he dissolves the tension of Emanuele Porcinai's strings into a syntax of ecstatic physics. The subatomic diffusion of "Resistance To A Harmonious Vision" with Roly Porter speaks to an experience of luscious sensory overload. In the tumultuous "Pulling At The Seams Of Existence", he and Rabit embrace the discord of uncertainty.
|A1||Motion & Depth||1:51|
|A2||Resistance To A Harmonious Vision||5:33|
|A3||Noise Molds Bodies||3:14|
|B1||Pulling At The Seams Of Existence||9:12|