Sinergia Elettronica, the conjunction between Jooklo and Metabolismus orbiting around the museum of weirdness of Degenfeld (Germany), had always been characterized by instant and unpredictable music, therefore their releases being put out as flashes of the moment, as sparkling and quick. Not the case of this one, the first recording appearing on vinyl, which has been sitting under an old piano for a few years before actually seeing the light of day. Three long pieces of prog-delic angular abstractions, making history alive again in present times. Here the ensemble (Thilo Kuhn, Werner Notzel, Virginia Genta, David Vanzan, Moritz Finkbeiner , Thomas Schatzl) is genuinely improvising around a clear idea of sound, deconstructed in a synthesized series of raw fragments of fully coloured analog diy electronics and a frantic anti-classical percussion section where prepared piano has the main role. In the sphere of modern composition but as always out of the square of standard classification. An art record, totally hand-crafted, all 162 sleeves are drew one by one (design Virginia Genta)".
Edition of 162 copies, handmade covers