“Inenarrabilis” updates a classic trip-hop rhythm…
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DINO SABATINI [OUTIS MUSIC]
We all have so much love for the maestro, a statement that could be affirmed at low risk under the name of our whole community, from our music lovers to his peers.
“Shaman’s Paths” is for sure no stranger to this feeling, as for us, and certainly for you as well, it contributed to making the world a better place, shall we dare to say…
The mythic album barely concealed another one released a few years later, “Omonimo“, which marked the birth of the “Opera Series” on Outis, mainly dedicated to trip-hop infusions. Because that’s what it is; Sabatini is known as a brilliant techno artist, eventually also as a dream teacher, but he’s first and foremost a son of the music “in all its varieties”, including trip-hop, which hammers his blood.
“Opera Quattro” EP is a hymn to a nostalgic yet updated sound, in which Sabatini continues to do what he does best: prescind from the limits inherent in musical genres to create freely, emotionally, with impeccable sound design.
FROM THE VAULT RESURRECTING A DOPE RELEASE FROM THE PAST
NOTE: First, out of gratitude, we surprise the artists who have accepted to be our guest writers from the 44th to the 63rd selection, by sharing what we humbly consider to be their top work.
Do you remember?
We ❤️ these two…
REGGY VAN OERS [AFFIN]
Some artists are better through collaborations. It’s not really the case of RVO who is of course capable of creating monumental tracks all alone, such as “Sinuosity” and “Frenetic“, reminiscent of Basic Channel’s sound, and which have contributed to shaping Affin‘s minimalism.
However, damn he’s good in the whole CHPTR project, his duo with Deepbass, and in “Noctilucent“, along with Spieth. “Cirrus” in particular, marked us as one of these tracks that we will forever remember.
The EP is a great illustration of who he is artistically: an impressive sound designer on the technical side and a very creative artist, as perceived also in his poetic and original album “Rite Of Passage“, released two years later on his label Telemorph.
Talking about “Rite”, in our 50th selection, RVO honoured us by commenting on a release by ritual techno artist Blòt Heathen, our favourite discovery of the year… Make sure not to miss him as well…