Kapvt Mvndi Records is back in London with the new catalogue series, we moved from the first two chapter (the fourth vinyl retrospectively homage to war, KPT001 and KPT002, and to religion, the latest KPT003 and KPT004). The third chapter of our hidden tale is about “society”, with a single side Ep, as usual, but with a new graphic scheme coming with pictured disk on the side with no music, one more time courtesy of New Yorker photographer Paolo Di Lucente.
This Ep is a first naif, unskilled attempt at music production and knobs manipulation. A short but intense trip inside and outside cognitive processes, conceptual structures and external sensations, seamlessly, deprived of any defined border. A vague ranting uttered by a lone individual who can finally relinquish social impositions and reinstating himself into the cosmos, as he beholds his mental actives beginning and ending, like his very own being. There’s no grace, no mastery in this, just a long and liberating dance, sometimes calm and sleepy, sometimes wild and violent.
“Zero Zero Due” is kinda self-explanatory: it indicates the narrow and anxious unraveling of our mental work, constantly correcting itself in order to reach for the definitive Truth, so unreachable, or maybe just so unreal, as nothing in an ever-changing world is unreachable, nor definitive.
“Monotron” is an euphoric outburst echoed through pounding space rains and metallic sounds, brought together in a muscular syncope, marking the freedom of our true animal nature, not enclosed in an oppressive cage anymore.
released October 4, 2016
Written and Performed by Emanuele Rizzuto
Technical Support - Niccolò "Infinite Delta" Tramontana.
Recorded at Via Industriae music studio in Foligno (Italy).
Photo courtesy of Paolo Di Lucente, New York
Mastered by Andrea Merlini, Utrecht
Promoted by K1971! Berlin
Produced by Blackwater, London