EBRIA records
italian independent label since 2003. Focused on avantgarde/minimal music, we like to listen to sounds that pay attention to experimentation and research. We are all musicians too, so we care also about the process of composing and performing music

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SMIRNE (2020)

Bronto 012

Andrea Reali - voice
Anna Vezzosi - Kalimba
Cesare Lopopolo - guitar, clarinet
Tiziano Doria - synth, noises

Recorded at Spazio Frequenze in Sept. 2019
Mixed by Paolo Romano and Cesare Lopopolo
Album Art by Tiziano Doria
Text by Georges Ivanovič Gurdjieff

A      10:00
B      10:00
Pogossian and I were calmly walking along. He was humming some march and swinging his stick. Suddenly, as if from nowhere, a dog appeared, then another, and another, and still another — in all about fifteen sheep-dogs, who began barking at us. Pogossian imprudently flung a stone at them and they immediately sprang at us.
They were Kurd sheep-dogs, very vicious, and in another moment they would have torn us to pieces if I had not instinctively pulled Pogossian down and made him sit beside me on the road.
Just because we sat down the dogs stopped barking and springing at us; surrounding us, they also sat down...

SMIRNE was born as an open minded experimental project. Generated by the fusion of different realities, the line-up at the time of the debut is composed of Andrea Reali and Tiziano Doria, members of Lavorazioni Carni Rosse, together with Anna Vezzosi and Cesare Lopopolo, from the electro-acoustic duo Rosso Polare.
A thin line between improvisation, electronic exploration and Aegean Müzik unites the group under the moniker of SMIRNE, sister of the ancient and bygone city of Troy. 

Digital album available here

Limited edition tape available on Soundohm

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