The meeting between the Neapolitan 'electro-acoustic noise' duo Aspec(t) and the polish drummer Andrzej Zaleski aka Zalaski happened in Warsaw in April 2012, during Aspec(t)'s tour featuring the expanded cinema of 70fps, and continued in Naples one year after, where they recorded 'Droga'.
Reel-to-reel tape recorder, self-built electronics instruments, feedback systems join here Zalaski's unpredictable rhythms, to create textures and interactions full of energy and dynamics. If on one side they look at the more serious electro-acoustic, on the other they don't forget the playful side of improvisation, leaving room for unexpected mashups of songs, quotations, parodies.
One of the most obvious 'false friends' between Italian and polish language, 'Droga' can steel hold the profound sense of a meeting that is based on stupidity as well as on intellectual refinements, that is visceral and coarse like a Neapolitan fishermen and strong and imperturbable like a bison of Alaska.
SEC_: reel-to-reel tape recorder and no-input board, samples. Mario Gabola: self-built photosensitive system, no-input mixing board. Andrzej Zaleski: drums and voice.