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Lacinskij

Lacinskij is the italian musician Giuseppe Schillaci: bass player, sound engineer, composer, sound designer, producer and head of Doremillaro [sb] Recs. For full bio and complete discography please refer to this page: www.doremillaro.com/giuseppe-schillaci-en
He played and toured abroad between Europe and U.s.a. with his main band Diane And The Shell. He started his solo project as Lacinskij with “Sound[e]scape vol. I“, his first solo release, influenced by contemporary electronic music and 16 bit era videogames music.

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SOUND[E]SCAPING VOL. I

Sound[e]scaping vol. I is the debut album by Doremillaro [sb] Recs founder, musician, sound engineer and composer Lacinskij, also known as Giuseppe Schillaci. As a musician, he has toured many times both in Italy and abroad, with the band of which he is one of the
founders (Diane And The Shell) and the various bands with which he has played and collaborated as a musician, sometimes as a sound engineer, as a producer or as an improviser.
Sound[e]scaping vol. I is an album made of entirely electronic-digital music, a bit unconventional, that takes its cue from the 90s videogames soundtracks (the 16-bit consoles and home computers era) and the 80s synth music sound, as well as being influenced by the minimal music and some early 2000s electronics music.
A simple, direct and mainly instrumental work. Synthesizers, electric bass, very few guitars and electronic drums.
As the title itself suggests, the album is conceived to be enjoyed and listened from a visual perspective. Everything in this album has been inspired by not just the natural background but also acoustically, so every track on the album can be thought as a soundtrack of imaginative and escapist landscapes. The tracks harmonic development is designed as a progression, in
crossing an ideal ambient where music substitutes natural sounds.
Sound[e]scaping vol. I was composed between summer 2019 and spring 2020.
Eight different tracks, all linked by the idea of a virtual soundtrack of landscapes to explore, where you can find sounds from the past and there is still at work modern music influences.