Live Streaming: Francis M. Gri

Saturday 28 March at 9 pm I invite you to the first KrysaliSound live streaming in which I will present some fragments of my new album Boke.
It will be an opportunity to experience this alternative approach to live music with the hope of bringing in future a long list of ambient artists into your homes.  Thanks for your time…

Sabato 28 marzo alle ore 21 vi invito al primo live streaming di KrysaliSound in cui presenterò alcuni frammenti del mio nuovo album Boke.
Sarà un’occasione per sperimentare questo approccio alternativo alla musica live con la speranza di portare in futuro nelle vostre case una lunga lista di artisti ambient. 
Grazie in anticipo per il tempo che passerete con noi…

LIVE STREAMING LINK HERE
Day: 28.03.2020 – Hour: 9 p.m. (Italian time zone)

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In these days of lockdown I would like to make people travel with emotional ambient music. I will soon start a live streaming series which I hope will present many sound artists in different parts of the world. The first destination is Milan, I will be the beta test 🙂
More details soon, keep in touch!

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Francis M. Gri “Boke” is now available in store in digital format and cd.

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“Boke” is the Japanese word for saying blur and mental confusion. 
In 2013 a person very close to me was diagnosed with what I call the memory disease. 
Unfortunately in these long and struggling years I could see every step of this disorder. 
So, I decided to record this album to find a sort of relief in my soul and to make people aware about this painful disease. 
Each track is a degenerative phase of this malady that in 2020 has no cure and is becoming every day more widespread. 
Our mind is a recorder that makes us react to the impulses of life. We are the sum of our days spent and without memories we go back to being a blank page. 
Interruption of memory is a collision between our dreams and what we are….

Thanks

KSND

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Ishmael Cormack “Ammil” is now available in store in digital format and cd.

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KrysaliSound is delighted to present the Somerset-based artist Ishmael Cormack and his debut album Ammil. When I found his music on Soundcloud I was astonished to listen to his gentle and delicate notes. The inner seed of music is something rare to find nowadays, I think we are loosing the right purpose and the purity of this art is becoming every day more dirty. Superstructures are ruining our lifes, we need to change and enjoy again in the simplicity of little things. 
Ishamael Cormack comes from a little town like me and his humble simplicity captured me from the first time, this is an imprinting that I hope will never disappear from his soul. Ammil is an amazing album and the result of his beautiful personality, maybe the best work I have ever published in the label! 

Ammil started as a series of improvised sketches experimenting on the use of polyrhythms. 
Deconstructed and recaptured within a 13th-century church. 
The sketches focused on the use of a modest selection of instruments, electronics and found sounds. 
The catalyst of the project was a journey into the paradoxical nature of the natural world. 
Natures complex systems give rise to our perception of simplicity & beauty. 
Ammil attempts to mimic this understanding by creating complex rhythm that give birth to subtle melody. 

Thanks

KSND

Ishmael Cormack – Welcome to KrysaliSound

Ishmael Cormack is a British sound artist living in rural Somerset.
His work focuses on gathering and weaving found sound with acoustics. His use of electro-acoustics creates a delicate atmosphere, immersing the listener in a web of sound that subtly shifts and scatters.
He uses tape loops and polyrhythms to create a sound which reflects the cyclical nature of the natural world in the constraints of man-devised time

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Andrea Laudante “Banat banat ban jai” is now available in store in digital format and cd.

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It’s a pleasure for Krysalisound to begin the new year with a new Italian debut album. 
Andrea Laudante is a young pianist with an experimental soul that I’m sure will have a bright future. Banat banat ban jai is a spiritual mind journey in which piano talks with silence and noise creating a sensational album that I hope you will love as much as I did! 

Banat banat ban jai is a diary of a journey through sound and listening, as a form of meditation. Listening carefully to every kind of sounds in different places and with several methods gave me a new perception of the world around and inside me. In this work these two worlds melt into each other and became become one. The only subject is sound and its origin, in all its forms. The focus of the research is looking for a common ground between concrete and instrumental music. There is no difference between the sound that comes from a guitar and the sound that comes from wind blowing trough leaves, if we know how to listen.

Thanks

Krysalisound

Andrea Laudante – Welcome to KrysaliSound

Andrea Laudante is an Italian composer and multi-instrumentalist. His works are mostly influenced by relationships between instrumental and electroacoustic sounds and concepts of Oriental philosophies. Alongside his solo activity he has collaborated and currently works wit other artists like: OEOAS (orchestra elettroacustica officina arti sonica), Barriera, Aedact, Donato Cutolo, Daniele Sepe  and others. With his side project degoya (with Francesco di Cristofaro and Gabriele Tinto) is working on their first album “fragmenta” that will be out in 2020. After “3 mandala” in 2016 (three pieces for piano solo), his first official solo album is “Banat banat ban jai”.  He is currently studying composition and electroacoustic music.

BANAT BANAT BAN JAI, Available in Digital and CD format from January 11, 2020

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Dear all,

I’m very happy to close the year with a little gift for you called Ukiyo.
Part of the songs you are approaching to listen to were thought for a collaborative album but after a long, struggling and unconvincing work I decided to abandon that project and to rework my tracks from a different point of view. I started from the fulcrum and then all the shapes cames out and suddenly the album became a dreaming soundtrack for lunar imaginary. “Floating world” is the translation of the Japanese word “Ukiyo”, un unexpected album that I’m pleased to share with you in free download, a little gesture for thanking you for all the support you did this year… I wish you an amazing 2020, full of serenity, balance and awareness…

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Nāda Mushin “Mono No Aware” is now available in store in digital format and cd.

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KrysaliSound is pleased to introduce a new debut album taken from the wide Italian ambient scene. Paolo Iannantuoni (aka Nāda Mushin) composed a magnificent and emotional work recorded with guitar, electronics and filed recordings. 
The album is a soulful peregrination that constellate the emotional chrysalises of a two years existential journey, flanked by an experimental sound research aimed at the composition of sonic landscapes, which attempt to enclose and recall these states; the result of free and spontaneous improvisations from demanding pathos, then finely embroidered in ever changing sonic buds. 

Thanks

Krysalisound