- 01. Erimos
Bianchi began producing music almost 30 years ago in 1979, and since 1980 has used electronic equipment with the avowed goal \"to produce technological sounds and in such a way to work on complete realising of the modern decadence.\" His best known work, \"Symphony for a Genocide\" was recently reissued by New York-based Hospital Productions. This seminal work proved what a pioneer in electronic music he was.
On \"Erimos,\" we find Bianchi stretching time and manipulating sound as ever. Over the course of this monster performence, the trio weaves intricate circles around one another, nearly colliding at every point. But the success comes from their abilities to play off each other, resulting in original and captivating sounds and textures. It is electronic drones unlike any other. \"Erimos\" is captivating and beautiful, even if it\'s main inspiration comes from something as desolate and isolated as the deserts on its cover.