Untitled Winter

by Matteo Uggeri

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Ian Whulj
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Ian Whulj An elegant, melancholic chamber score that retains a very organic feel despite the addition of many electronic details and recorded sounds. (Including even a gurgling commode.) Surprisingly, the filigree proves integral rather than gratuitous, wending among the somber structures of piano, strings, and a forlorn trumpet.

Reminiscent at times of Pauline Oliveros, Rachel's, O Yuki Conjugate, and Fred Frith – fine company indeed!

- Favorite track: Solfeggio Nº 33.
Ned Raggett
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Ned Raggett An ensemble performance, in a way, that relies on understatement and arrangement -- it doesn't overpower, but suggests, the type of effort that can be 'just' background music but could also reward close attention. One I'll have to return to again some time. Favorite track: We Are The Fog.
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Matteo Uggeri is an Italian musician and sound artist based in Milan. What he's constructed here is an extremely intimate story line. Matteo is a master of setting a scene and carrying the listener into nonexistent interiors and exteriors of his own creation. Reoccurring themes tie the already seamless tracks together culminating into one long meditative piece. Throughout the album a feeling grows of great gratitude for the wee nighttime hours when the only gears left turning are those of your own creation.

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released February 25, 2014

Viola by Franz Krostopovic, piano and guitars by Andrea Ics Ferraris, cello by Andrea Serrapiglio, drums by Mattia Costa, trumpet by Matteo Uggeri; whispers by Gaia, paint mixer by Raniero Casini, Zadar organ recorded by Agostino Brambilla.
Thanks to Stefano De Ponti, My Dear Killer, zio Ronnie, my parents and Gaia.

Made in the long Winter nights of 2009.
Mixed by Matteo Uggeri in 2009.
Mastered by Andrea Serrapiglio in 2011.
Design & Printwork by Dylan Aycock
Published by Scissor Tail Records in 2014.

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