An essential piece of the Italian history, and more precisely of the early Rome’s rave scene in the ’90, is finally back after almost 25 years (!!!) thanks to our close friends of electronique.it and their new imprint Lost In It.
A mysterious yet enormous record this one, channeling some of the blackest ambience of the Italian maestro, blowing up the ‘techno’ term into eight slow burners that easily recall the most quieter side of Coil and the razor-like SAW by Aphex Twin.
Not just this anyway: recorded in total solitude with little help from the outside world, here Anibaldi shows to listeners how Rome was stratified with much more than just acid rave culture, something you’re more akin to attribute to Lory D - probably the first to come to mind regarding that period.
Now fully repressed on triple 180gr vinyl with the original mastering by the famous sound engineer Claudio di Toma and the original, untouched artwork ‘Muta’ is the essential, missing piece of your record collection.
To fully understand.