Gigi Masin
TALK TO THE SEA (2XCD)
2 x cd NL
Music From Memory / MFM 002CD

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With an additional six tracks the CD release of Talk To The Sea delves deeper into the archives of Gigi Masin taking two tracks from the album Wind and presenting four previously unreleased tracks.
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For their much anticipated second release Music From Memory take you into the world of Italian musician Gigi Masin. Part of only a small and very much underground music scene in his hometown of Venice, Gigi Masin self released two modestly pressed LP's 'Wind' (1986) and 'Wind Collector' (1991) and appeared along side Charles Hayward for the Sub Rosa compilation LP "Les Nouvelles Musiques De Chambre Volume 2" (1988). Having met with little commercial success in Italy ‪at the time, ‬Gigi Masin's solo albums remained for the most part totally unknown. His music has though in recent years, and seemingly by pure word of mouth, developed almost something of a cult following.

Gigi Masin's uniquely intricate and at times deeply emotive compositions take the listener‪ into a realm of contemplation, a spellbound mind state where time and space appear to dissolve. ‬His sparse and hypnotic often loop-based compositions seem to draw parallels with Detroit Techno's earliest beginnings, all at once conjuring those same feelings of both melancholic longing and ecstatic joy.

With access to Masin's large body of work, far greater than that of the handful of released recordings, Music From Memory's new compilation covers a period of over 30 years, from the early 1980's up until now. Including seventeen compositions‪, most of which have remained unreleased or unavailable until now‬, 'Talk To The Sea' aims to shine a light on Gigi Masin's unique and heartfelt talent. This is electronic music from the soul.
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19.01.2015