Dear Dead Days

by aal

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about

thought: The aesthetics of microsound, lowercase music and glitch was clearly fascinating me in those days. But experimenting for the mere pleasure of it has never been an option for anything I've done: each sound involved in this release can be considered as a portion of a resurfaced memory, re-shaped and crafted so that it can be heard (again). The title comes from a line in the novel Naked Lunch by W.S.Burroughs).

matter: deeply edited sound sources: acoustic instruments, field recordings, found objects, raw encoding of data flux.

history: this album was released in 2002 by the (now inactive) label s'agita recordings (www.discogs.com/label/S%27agita+Recordings), run by Paolo Ippoliti and Laura Lovreglio of Logoplasm. I believe very few copies are still around or maybe no copies at all. No entries on discogs, though.

now: this album is available again through bandcamp in its completeness.

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released February 21, 2002

played, recorded, edited, assembled and mastered by Davide Valecchi, winter 2002

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aal Firenze, Italy

a continuously evolving electronic, ambient, industrial, drone and experimental project founded by Davide Valecchi (Italy) in 2001. The main purpose behind aal has always been to change and evolve with every new release. Put on a hiatus from 2007 until 2012 aal is now committed to evolve further, fueled by a renovated inspiration. ... more

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