TAGS 'GIUSEPPE IELASI'

  • OTHER MUSIC OFFERING FREE DOWNLOAD FROM “TOOLS”

    NEWS

    "Other Music is offering a free download from Giuseppe Ielasi’s latest release."
  • 12K2018-BOOMKAT

    REVIEWS

    "A technical marvel and an enormously enjoyable listen."
  • 12K2018 - THE WIRE

    REVIEWS

    "An elegant chunk of summertime experimentalism."
  • GIUSEPPE IELASI: THE WIRE (2009)

    INTERVIEWS

    "“And a lot of the bass drums are not bass drums, but me dropping the stylus on the record. In that sense it’s very close to turntablism - but a very rough kind. I've never practised on the turntable.” "
  • 12K1051-SIGNAL TO NOISE

    REVIEWS

    "There are unzipping zippers, knocks on a piano’s lid and the persistent sounding of one of its keys, all landing precisely in formation in the spaces in between a sparse bass bump and an insistent jaw harp twang."
  • 12K1044-SIGNAL TO NOISE

    REVIEWS

    "A loop that wouldn’t sound out of place on an early Seefeel record"
  • HEADPHONE COMMUTE: SOUNDBYTES - 12K PT.3

    NEWS

    "Part 3 in Headphone Commute‘s 4-part 12k special. This one looks at 3 of the most recent releases. PART THREE"
  • 12K2018-HEADPHONE COMMUTE

    REVIEWS

    "My favorite, of course, is "Rubber Band" – who hasn’t played with this amazing instrument in school?"
  • GIUSEPPE IELASI: TOKAFI (2012)

    INTERVIEWS

    "Giuseppe Ielasi doesn’t feel the need to bring the attention of mainstream audiences to his work, he doesn’t even like to title his work a lot of the time. Perhaps it is a desire to leave the music unseen, to embody the philosophy of his long-term fascination with musique concrète. Or perhaps he simply wants to let the music speak for itself."
  • GIUSEPPE IELASI: TOKAFI INTERVIEW

    NEWS

    "Giuseppe Ielasi doesn’t feel the need to bring the attention of mainstream audiences to his work, he doesn’t even like to title his work a lot of the time. Perhaps it is a desire to leave the music unseen, to embody the philosophy of his long-term fascination with musique concrète.…"