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DSORDNE – “TRISTI DI RABBIA” – BSLK003 – EP

10,00

Description

  1. A1 Tristi di Rabbia 1:00
  2. A2 Love is My Eversion 1:00
  3. A3 Guardami 1:00
  4. B1 ARIA (PHASE FATALE RMX) OK 1:00
  5. B2 RIMANI (UNHUMAN RMX) 1:00

REALEASE DATE: 17th JULY

BSLK003 – DsorDNE “Tristi di Rabbia”, original reissue on 12″ plus two remixes by Phase Fatale and Unhuman. Artwork by Silent Servant.

PRESS TEXT:

Blacksilk proudly announces its third release, the second on vinyl, reissuing a selection of tracks from DsorDNE, experimental electronic band active in Turin during the 80’s and early 90’s. Thanks to the proactive and collaborative spirit of Marco Milanesio, band’s founder and author of most of the songs, deserved and proper attention is finally given to three stunning original masterpieces of dusky, heavily post-punk influenced tracks veined with some sort of industrial aftertaste. These songs have been selected from a span of works, mostly autoproduced, that DsorDNE released in the years of activity on various labels (primarily the related HAX Records) or fanzines of the thriving Italian underground scene of the time, which provided the perfect environment to experiment while representing the dull, grey and nihilist reality of the already post-industrial Turin of the mid-80’s.

“Tristi di Rabbia” (Sad of Anger), title taken from the almost madrigalic song opening the record, is completed with the electronic punk of “Love is my Eversion” (that will meet the taste of fans of SPK et similia) and “Guardami”, melodic slow industrial gem.

On the B side are featured two contemporary reworks of other original songs: “Aria” remixed by Phase Fatale, gloomy dancefloor-friendly track that emphasises the vocal abstract games of the original bringing the song to a new rhythmic dimension. and “Rimani”, remixed by the emerging artist Unhuman, who deconstructs the dark ballad achieving the result of a brilliantly crafted lo-fi EBM banger.

The artwork is curated by Silent Servant, that visually caged a picture from an unnamed Orthodox icon taken at the National Museum of Art in Bucharest reprocessing it in his own distinctive macabre-surrealist style, already appreciated in the numerous visual works for the Jealous God’s catalogue and still delivering the shock of the new.

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