Apparently mining his own aural Sutton Hoo, Giuseppe Ielasi is an Italian experimental guitarist and electronic botherer, who pulls all sorts of musical styles from the trench labelled ‘Gesine’. Coming across as partially improvised, ‘Gesine’ is Ielasi’s first solo work since 2003’s ‘Plan’s, and is again witness to a veritable cornucopia of finds. Ranging from shuffling Bert Jansch folk and diet-drone, through to glitch plagued bass and waterlogged guitars, ‘Gesine’ is superficially sepulchral, but penetrate the surface and it’s an eclectic oasis of melodious rectitude.
Edited by pecta on 27 Nov 2007, 13:47
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