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 Francesco Paolo Addati & Efisio Nicolò Sabiucciu (1 Albums, 5 Tracks)

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LOCATION:Naples, Italy

Francesco Paolo Addati is an Italian musician based In Naples, since he was child developed an incredible passion for the music and sounds, in the beginning of 2006 he set-up whit a friend Luca a Band called "Filocalia", a dub musical project where he played tenor sax, synths and sampler, with Filocalia Francesco made an album and gigs around Italy. In the 2008 he met the prog-punk collective "Ne Travaillez Jamais", where he's actually sax and synth player, they play around Italy and in Naples sharing passion and spirituality and a tour with the NY band "Talibam". In the summer of 2010 Francesco starts to collect field recordings, and studyng the drone sounds using synths and samples. In the beginning of 2011 this research became a specific solo project composed by 5 audio/video tracks called "This Is Where It Began" in collaboration with the visual artist Efisio Nicolò Sabiucciu.

Efsio Nicolò Sabiucciu, Torre del Greco 1986, he grewn up surrounded by acrilic and oil paints, since the beginning of his life, developing a strong passion for drawings and arts. 2006 he enrolled on a study course in "Industrial Design" at second university of Naples and set-up and developed, with his study team, the audio/visual collective "SAMPLES LAB", they started to work actively in Naples on a planning and implementing video Installation and grafic concept. Prototyping common life object, they experimented different ways to transform video in materrialization of mind. 2011 started to collaborate with Francesco Paolo Addati for the project "This Is Where It Began".

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