Much needed vinyl reissue of a legendary Italian album from the 90s, finally remastered and housed in truly deluxe edition. Starfuckers' "Infrantumi" was recorded in the summer of 1997 in Massa, in the cramped attic of the Bocci house, all the equipment we had was: a sampler, a small mixer, an analog synth, a digital multi-effect, an electric guitar, a cheap transistor amp, a low wattage monitor, a vintage drum kit and a turntable. For recording we decided to use a mini-disc four-track recorder and a single microphone; all the tracks have been transferred to a 2-inch reel to reel tape recorder and mixed without any editing or additional outboard. Edition of 300, handnumbered
Despite their weird name, Starfuckers were one of the most interesting Italian bands of the nineties. Their music is deeply deconstructed: fragments are the only survivors of a This Heat/King Crimson style which has sunken into an ocean of hushed oscillations. A throbbing tension roams into its absence of sound and makes it sound cynic and detached, capturing a sort of intangible machine spirit in its greyscale tone and etheric, silty flux....Highest possible recommendation!!
Cover: 2 colors, white and silver on 400gr black paper, water based ink, handprinted
Inner sleeve: 1 color, black on 320gr silver paper, water based ink, handprinted
180gr black vinil
Edition of 300, handnumbered