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Mario Lino Stancati


Label: Unexplained Sounds Group

Format: CD

Genre: Electronic

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*In process of stocking* Mario Lino Stancati’s second album for the Unexplained Sounds Group. His first album, “Cross The Desert,” was released in 2020. An innovator of sound textures, Stancati is a multifaceted musician. Explore the dark minimalism of “Vairagya,” along with bright openings and rhythmic progressions. Like faces of a prism, the refraction of the musician's intimate universe slowly leads us into the artist's subconscious, the den of aesthetic isolation, a poetic expression through the electronic flow of his subliminal creations, and an introduction to a new era of experimentation.

Mario Lino Stancati (Italy, 1981) graduated in "Disciplines of the Arts, Music and Theater". He is an actor, director, playwright, poet, musician and composer. In 2007 he founded the theatre company "Hotel de la Béance"; in 2009 he wrote the novel-poem "Lo Mal d'Umore", while in 2010 the philosophical anthology "The thought and the voice of philosophers. From Kant to Heidegger" and in 2014 the poetical outline "In equilibrium on nothing", among other writings. Those works highly influenced his approach to the music, an approach unchained to any musical genre. Stancati also composed the soundtrack for the Chiara Rigione’s 2020 short film “Orfani Del Sonno”, and the soundtrack for the poetry film "The Clapping Tree", written by Matt Dennison, starring Rebecca Page, directed, filmed and edited by Jutta Pryor (Australia). His first official album “Cross The Desert”, was published by Unexplained Sounds Group in 2020.

Cat. number: USG074
Year: 2022
Texts editing by Nora B. Peevy