After almost eight years of self imposed distance from music making, Adriano Zanni came back to recording his sounds with the 7 inch "Falling Apart" I released earlier this year. Before that, Adriano Zanni communicated with the external world through the photographic box "Red Desert Chronicles (Postcards From Ravenna)", also out on Boring Machines. Then a composition titled "Soundtrack for falling trees" appeared on a cassette published by Bronson Recordings, long time friends with Adriano. "Disappearing" is the first proper album from Adriano Zanni in years and I am very happy he's on board again.
The general atmosphere is dark and threatening. The combination of analogue and digital instruments, coupled with field recordings and samples, brings to mind a rarefied enviroment where everything sounds like different shades of the same obscurity, like when you are walking in the woods after dusk. You can hear metallic sounds and menacing industrial beats from afar, while the rattle of something indistinguishable makes you more and more uncomfortable. What are the voices that you hear? Where do they come from and what are they trying to tell you? You don’t know anymore where you are. You are disappearing. This is the last trip. Keep on walking.