Cassette. This is a sort of “constellation” and it appears and disappears in a blink of an eye.
“Il Pescatore di Perle”, somehow inspired by W. Benjamin’s reflections on Philosophy of History, is a tricky experiment that tries to combine two apparently quite different approaches.
On one side you’ll find a totally analog approach made of extremely reverberated and almost unrecognizable guitars, mostly played with a violin bow; acoustic basses full of distortions and a few random percussions combined together in the same rhythmical patterns. At the opposite side of this instinctive approach you’ll find a sort of linearity made out of a methodical looping approach.
Therefore, instruments that don’t belong necessarily to the repertoire of electronic music are dragged into this world.
This process denaturalize the instruments until it seems they’re no longer the same. This is a sort of “constellation” and it appears and disappears in a blink of an eye.