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Il Deserto e le Fortezze by Salomé Lego Playset

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Released:November 11th, 2011
In a fate which has long been chosen, so much gets lost in the inevitable process of becoming. A becoming through ascension and descent, through falling and rising, but nonetheless a becoming which in its own processuality foresees the sacrifice of everything which is before, of everything that had been and of everything that will ever be (Heimarmene). The animal is born to die, a fate is given upon him, which he will never be aware of (L'Animale Morente), the self lies suspended like a paper balloon in thin air, fragile in the wind, doomed to decay (Humanity And Paper Balloons). Existence as a fountain (The Fountain), which does nothing but erupt and flow, within a short circuit from which it will never escape, but which feeds us and extinguishes our thirsts, showing us illusions of grace. The Gorge of a liquid that flows endless, only to sink deeper and deeper in its spyres, the sweet slaughtering of everything we love (Dolce Mattatoio), the endless wake for something to change, enclosed in fortresses of an useless and infinite desert (Il Deserto e Le Fortezze).


released November 11, 2011 

NICOLA BOARI | acoustic & electric guitars, voice, field recordings, laptop 
JACOPO CINTI | drums, acoustic guitar 
ELIA DALLA CASA | tenor & baritone saxophones, piano, glockenspiel, kalimba 
DAVIDE LANDI | electric bass 

Written & produced by Salomè Lego Playset 
Recorded in 2010 in an empty warehouse / factory in Ozzano Emilia, Bologna 
Mix: Riccardo Occhionero and Elia Dalla Casa 
Mastering: Francesco Brini 

Artworks: Perla Degli Esposti 
Graphic design: Elia Dalla Casa


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