Showing posts with label STEFANO BARBAN. Show all posts
Showing posts with label STEFANO BARBAN. Show all posts

Friday, 10 October 2014

Stefano Barban - Visozone (Bestattungsinstitut, cass, 1990)

Giallo, anyone?

Recorded between December 1989 and March 1990 at "SKIZO" Studio and released on Fricke's Bestattungsinstitut. Stefano was also member of Ambulatorio Segreto (with Siegmar Fricke and Miguel A. Ruiz) which tapes you can listen here and here, Abra Had Abra, Lvnvs or Lunus (both with Devis Granziera) and Spin Box (with Womb).

Sunday, 31 August 2014

Ambulatorio Segreto - Myxom Radiation (Bestattungsinstitut, 1991)

Another great cassette from collaboration project by Siegmar Fricke, Miguel A. Ruiz and Stefano Barban, Ambulatorio Segreto titled Myxom Radiation recorded in August in 1991 at homestudio in Wilhelmshaven, Germany and in September at SKIZO-studio in Italy. Released on Fricke's Bestattungsinstitut. C60 tape, single track on A and 6 tracks on B side.

A) Patronato de enfermos
B) Soupe au lait
    My daughter's concussion (Pt.1)
    33 Diton
    My daughter's concussion (Pt.2)
    Slaccia le calze

Thursday, 14 August 2014

Ambulatorio Segreto - Cardiotrak / Neuroconnector (Toracic Tapes, 1990)

A collaboration named Ambulatorio Segreto is a project which constitute three marvellous musicians Siegmar Fricke from Wilhelmshaven (North West Germany), Miguel A. Ruiz from Madrid (Spain) and Stefano Barban from Cavazzale (North Italy), the trio whom we are thankful for an impressive music on k7 back in the end of 80's / early 90's as well as they all left us a great casket of tracks under different pseudos (either as solo projects and collaborations). Their nine?+ cassettes were released on Toracic Tapes and Bestattungsinstitut and two of them I've heard so far differ from each other a lot.
In short, Cardiotrack / Neuroconnector is a smooth electronic release permeated with emphasized funky beats, vocal samples and a sufficient dose of gloom that was mixed in Toracic Studio (Madrid) in September. For an unknown reason I felt enormous pleasure listening to it in a car at night as an intro to another release I like to call it's younger fraternal twin - Alaska Show by Doc Wor Mirran and De Fabriek. 

play loud!