- Published: Jul 29th, 2014
- Published: Jul 14th, 2014
- Published: Jul 7th, 2014
Il 9 e 10 Luglio gli Hobocombo saranno impegnati un workshop con gli studenti della scuola di musica e danza “Mabellini” di Pistoia. Lavoreranno assieme sulla musica e di Moondog, sulle sue strutture e sugli arrangiamenti sviluppati dagli Hobocombo negli scorsi quattro anni di attività. Il risultato di questo lavoro verrà presentato in un concerto Venerdì 11 Luglio a mezzanotte al Teatro Bolognini.
La serata è curata dall’Associazione Teatrale Pistoiese.
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- Published: Jul 3rd, 2014
PLAYING KORNAD SMOLENSKI’S SOUND INSTALLATION “Everything Was Forever, Until It Was No More”, JULY 5th
Everything Was Forever, Until it Was No More (video here) is a sculptural instrument that reproduces, at regular intervals, a music piece written for bronze bells, wide range loudspeakers, and other resonating objects.
I will play along with this fantastic sound installation at Centre PasquArt in Biel, Switzerland on Saturday July 5th. The sound of the bells will be replace by the sounds of my drumkit and electronics.
- Published: Jun 16th, 2014
Avant-garde punk legend and former Minutemen bassist Mike Watt, Andrea Belfi and Stefano Pilia will hit the road this fall with Il Sogno Del Marinaio (translated as “The Sailor’s Dream”). The tour comes in support of the band’s new record, Canto Secondo, out August 26 via Watt’s own Clenchedwrench.
Canto Secondo was recorded over eight days last December in Bologna, at Vacuum Studio. Though the outfit will be touring the U.S., their Italian heritage is of great importance to Watt. In a press release, he says their Italian name was chosen to honor his collaborators and the land they worked in together.
“My first time playing in Italy was in 1983 and I’ve done lots of gigs since but never like this, collaborating with her native sons,” Watt says. “I am intrigued by the works of both Stefano and Andrea and am quite interested in sailing their seas of music and how they merge with mine.”