poniedziałek, kwietnia 05, 2010

Økapi & Aldo Kapi's Orchestra - Love Him Vol. 1 & 2, Recent & Early Works [2009, 2 x vinyl, - belligeranza]

Love Him (Vol.1) Økapi Plays The Music Of Aldo Kapi (Recent 1927-1952)

lbl: - Belligeranza
orchestral, experimental, beats, turntablism, cut-up, downtempo, glitch, hip-hop
chrysoberyl [8.5]

a1. Oh, No!
a2. Bud-Dub
a3. Strange Tales
a4. Love-Him
b1. My Scream!
b2. Aldo Kapi
b3. Dislessic Soul
b4. Bad-Bee
b5. Death Of Henry II
b6. Ti Chiamerò
total time: 31:34


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Love Him (Vol.2) Økapi Plays The Music Of Aldo Kapi (Early Works 1914-1926)

lbl: - Belligeranza
orchestral, experimental, beats, turntablism, cut-up, downtempo, 8-bit, breakcore
tourmaline [7.3]

1. Devi Mangiare!!!
2. Massaggi
3. Pooch-Poem
4. Sguadrezzi Da Pè
5. Everything Must Change Part.1
6. Everything Must Change Part.2
7. Secret Tongue
8. Altri Massaggi (Visti Da Dietro)
9. Waiting The Deadline
10. Bah!
11. My Old Tune
12. Pignottimi D'Approsi
13. ...The Next!
total time: 28:37

[fixed / 6 april 2010, 4shared]

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producer: Filippo Paolini

samples from Aldo Kapi's works (Kyrgyz Composer, Kyzyl-Suu 12 September 1896 - Cholpon-Ata 11 May 1952)

note: "Okapi is Filippo Paolini, an Italian turntablist and sample cutup artist. Filippo has recorded as one half of the duo Metaxu (with Maurizio Martusciello) and also the trio Dogon, and he's performed on RAI (Italian state radio) and collaborated with noted avant-turntablist Christian Marclay.
Okapi uses his turntables and computer to create music completely outside of the hip-hop school of chopped up music.Instead he has created some albums that veers from orchestral to lounge to quirky experimental music, while maintaining a delicate and spacious sound throughout. His skill at sample manipulation is really quite amazing. In his live-set Okapi mix techno / broken beat / electro / 8-bit with melodies including klezmer, polk, childrens' music, idiot-pop,hawaian music."

"On Love Him, Italian turntablist and sampling artist, Økapi (Filippo Paolini), masterfully conducts a plundered symphony of more than 100 elements to celebrate the notorious Kyrgyz composer Aldo Kapi (1896-1952). Somewhere in between record digging, electro-acoustic tomfoolerly and slot-machine soundcards, lies the break-NOT-core, bubble-gum experimentalism of this new full-length from Italy's own "Daft Giraffe.""

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