Fabrizio Tavernelli


Q-BURNS ABSTRACT MESSAGE “Chainsaw” (Ajello Remix)2010 EIGHT-TRACKS

Posted in - Ajello by Taver on the March 31st, 2010

Artist: Q-Burns Abstract Message

Release Title: Chainsaw

Remixes by: Ajello, Jota Wagner

Label: EIGHT-TRACKS

Catalog Number: 8TR009

Q-Burns Abstract Message - Chainsaw (EIGHT-TRACKS - 8TR009)

Tracklist:

1. Chainsaw (Analog Version)2. Chainsaw (Ajello Remix)3. Chainsaw (Loose Version)4. Chainsaw (Jota Wagner Remix)

5. Chainsaw (Balearic Version)

Chainsaw (EIGHT-TRACKS - 8TR009) by Q-Burns Abstract MessageA dark, foreboding stillness, thick fog through the treetops, a mysterious cabin in the woods, and an ominous force within. This imagery obliquely provided inspiration to Q-Burns Abstract Message for his debut EP on EIGHT-TRACKS, “Chainsaw.” The title refers to a climactic scene in an infamous American low-budget horror movie. Incidentally, it might also reference how Q-BAM almost took a chainsaw to his studio equipment while creating this track. The Analog Version was meant to be recorded almost entirely with vintage hardware but as the session commenced the Juno-106 started sputtering, the tape on the Chorus Echo snapped, the circuits on the ASR-10 gave off an odor like burnt candle wax, and so on.

by A dark, foreboding stillness, thick fog through the treetops, a mysterious cabin in the woods, and an ominous force within. This imagery obliquely provided inspiration to for his debut EP on EIGHT-TRACKS, “.” The title refers to a climactic scene in an infamous American low-budget horror movie. Incidentally, it might also reference how Q-BAM almost took a chainsaw to his studio equipment while creating this track. The was meant to be recorded almost entirely with vintage hardware but as the session commenced the Juno-106 started sputtering, the tape on the Chorus Echo snapped, the circuits on the ASR-10 gave off an odor like burnt candle wax, and so on.Circumventing such ghosts in the machinery, this version of “Chainsaw” ends up a rambunctious and quirky house builder complete with filtered beats, a pounding bassline, squelchy guitar hits, and a buzzing chainsaw synth melody. Like many Q-Burns Abstract Message tracks “Chainsaw” sits firmly between several house music micro-genres while affirming the frenzied accident of its creation.

by A dark, foreboding stillness, thick fog through the treetops, a mysterious cabin in the woods, and an ominous force within. This imagery obliquely provided inspiration to for his debut EP on EIGHT-TRACKS, “.” The title refers to a climactic scene in an infamous American low-budget horror movie. Incidentally, it might also reference how Q-BAM almost took a chainsaw to his studio equipment while creating this track. The was meant to be recorded almost entirely with vintage hardware but as the session commenced the Juno-106 started sputtering, the tape on the Chorus Echo snapped, the circuits on the ASR-10 gave off an odor like burnt candle wax, and so on.Circumventing such ghosts in the machinery, this version of “Chainsaw” ends up a rambunctious and quirky house builder complete with filtered beats, a pounding bassline, squelchy guitar hits, and a buzzing chainsaw synth melody. Like many Q-Burns Abstract Message tracks “Chainsaw” sits firmly between several house music micro-genres while affirming the frenzied accident of its creation.Q-Burns Abstract Message follows this with two radically self-remixed versions. The first, a Loose Version, attempts to take the American fright flick impetus and move it to a more Italian, Argento-inspired location. The tempo is reduced to a lurching slink and some analog remnants are applied, including juicy spring reverb bass stabs. Haunted pianos and spooky synth strings abound. Next, Q-BAM’s Balearic Version attempts a resolution; the ending credits theme, perhaps. Here a breezy and vibrant Spanish-guitar led rendition closes out the EP on an uplifting note.

Suddenly, a pair of remixers were selected who were thought to be in tune with “Chainsaw”’s off-kilter motif. The Italian duo Ajello burst forth with a synth-powered disco revelation that takes the sinister overtone and boldly throws it towards the dancefloor. S√£o Paulo’s rising house music talent Jota Wagner also tackles the theme with a funky confidence. His steadily evolving remix piles on layers of melody and rhythm, at one point giving way to a demonic cackle. Mysterious business throughout.

Q-Burns Abstract Message’s “Chainsaw” introduces a busy year for the seasoned electronic music producer. In addition to his constant stream of remixes and DJ work Q-BAM is currently recording a follow-up EP as well as his long-awaited album project. Keep watching for more to come from Q-Burns Abstract Message and EIGHT-TRACKS

What they can be heard saying:

Al Bradley (Bugged Out, UK) - “The Analog Version of this is far & away the track of the year so far for me, quite simply stunning. All the hallmarks of one of ‘those’ tracks that everyone plays from deep to house to garage to techno DJs, it’s just TOO good to not play it. The Loose mix is a belter too - how can one track be two such absolute belters? Q-BAM on fire here.”

Kraak & Smaak - “Great stuff from Ajello, the one to watch this year! Putting it in our new DJ mix as we speak.”

Luke Solomon (Freaks, UK) - “Loving the Analog Version jam, man. It’s super-killer.”

The Revenge (UK) - “I’m liking the Loose Version.”

Alf Tumble (Bangana / Sumo) - “A quality pack right up my street. Can’t choose a favorite between Ajello’s horror-late-night-style or the Balearic Version. Well done, amigos.”

Llorca (Art Of Tones, France) - “Wow… Ajello remix is HOT! I like the Analog Version, too.”

Joey Silvaro (Distant People, UK) - “The Loose Version has some serious bass … it nearly blew me out of my chair!”

Richie Hartness (Untitled Music Blog) - “The ghostly Ajello Remix jumps out of this EP for me - haunted chords and a wicked bassline. The Loose Version has a odd-ball electro heartbeat that’s really appealing and the Balearic Version is just too damn sexy with keys and electronics fusing on a sandy beach somewhere just after sunset.”

Checkpoint Charlie (MyCuppaT Blog) - “Brilliant, crazy, wonkiness! Love it! There’s real energy in all of the tracks; powerful and purposful. The Ajello has wonderful deep undertones, as does the more laid back Loose version. Jota Wagner is back to the naughty, devilish side. Pounding kick, spiralling synth… madness! The Balearic Version takes off in another direction all together - nice breakbeat combination with the crazy synth. Yeah… this is the one! Great package!”

Available right now exclusively from Beatport.

Ajello “Silver Tears EP” - 2010 Rebirth

Posted in - Ajello by Taver on the March 30th, 2010

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Italian disco dons Ajello are Luca “DJ Rocca” Roccatagliati and Fabrizio “Taver” Tavernelli. Their music ingredients are a concentrated of different experiences: Electro, New-Wave, Italo-Disco, Chicago House, Disco, Neurofunk, Eurodance, Space Sounds.

The last Ajello episodes include lucky EPs for Belgian label Radius, the English Deep Freeze, Rebirth, and a Remix Album called ′Digital Spasm′ on Youngodds label, plus some remixes for labels as Rekids, Philtre, Rebirth, Maxi Disc…with support from djs like Andrew Weatherall, Boy George, Tiga, Luke Solomon John Digweed, Layo & Bushwacka, Nick Fanciulli, Miss Kittin, Funk D’Void, Pete Herbert, Areoplane.

They are back on Rebirth with another monster release after 1 year from their ‘Moody Bang EP’ !

‘Silver Tears’, ‘Spin It’ and ‘Early Sept’ fuse disco elements with Italo influences for a Cosmic sound they love so much.

Remixes come courtesy of two great up and coming producers. From Japan Bocca Grande (Kousuke Ishida aka Trio and the former piano teacher Yuka Kobayashi) deliver a fantastic remix of ‘Early Sept’ combining the main elements of the Original with a live classy piano and strings theme. Space Ranger (the four Stuttgart DJs and producers of Dublex Inc. fame) from Germany drop a warmer and deeper mix of ‘Silver Tears’ stripping the track down with a killer bassline and a solid synth-driven disco-boogie !

Irresistable dance music with a spacey futuristic vibe !

http://www.juno.co.uk/products/Silver-Tears-EP/385179-01/

AJELLO Do The Job Vol.2 - 2010 Do The Job Records 2010

Posted in - Ajello by Taver on the March 30th, 2010

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AJELLO Do The Job Vol.2 out NOW!
Ajello keep on digging hard trough their record collection to deliver the second Volume of the ‘Do The Job’ series who shows four different faces of Ajello’s musical taste…
“Tito’s Mirage” is an Italo Disco edit of a club theme composed just for the Discoteca Mirage in Tuscany. Early electro with disco flavour and new wave attitude. “Buns Of Steel” goes Boogie disco with an instrumental edit on an obscure track did by an early eighties US group called American Steel, with mainly bass line, drums and few vocals, just as it was a new Metro Area track. Ajello’s Pure Disco face is represented by JB’s in a Disco vein for “Make U Dance”… Late 70s disco funk with, horns, clavinets, wah guitars, trippy voices and big big driving bassline… Last but not least the Cosmic Disco side of Ajello “Bronze Planet”, a track by an Arpadys side project, on the very rare Disco & Co Vol.2 album on Tele Music label.

Ajello - Do The Job Vol.2 - 12″
Do The Job Records 2010
Buy it

Ajello - Tito’s Mirage
Ajello - Buns Of Steel
Ajello - Make U Dance
Ajello - Bronze Planets

I.R.R.S su UNDERSCORE.BIZ

Posted in Nuove by Taver on the March 29th, 2010

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I.R.R.S. è un’opinione sulla saturazione voluta, pensata, cablata, del mercato musicale e dell’ascolto scontato e incosciente. Ironico e underground, free-form, dal battito irregolare e calde cadenze “etiopi”. Del suono attrae l’ignoto di una composizione che sperimentando appare e scompare, frequenta happening e performance, accompagna oniriche oscillazioni di memoria, stati d’animo, brividi essenziali. Inattesi meccanismi, sorprendenti rivelazioni nelle narrazioni sonore in cui tutto può accadere: suoni corrotti, come i pensieri degli Infelici (Molti), suoni sgranati, manipolati, strumenti elettronici suonati e l’uso di macchine, campionatore, giradischi e cd players; per una soundtrack magnetica che ci promette un universo ritmico in continua espansione. La direzione è quella di ignorare, di distruggere dove ricostruire, giungendo alla scoperta di soggettività e libertà, dove c’è azione e dubbio, alea convivente con la causalità più estrema, per una nuova dinamica di attrazione e repulsione, collisione di forme che genera spazio sonoro complesso. Ogni ricerca ha un obiettivo? “Tutto è là dentro … in un suono. L’intero universo riempie lo spazio, tutti i suoni possibili sono contenuti in esso” scriveva Giacinto Scelsi. “Un micro-cinema musicato in tempo reale da un’orchestra instabile”, tutti ex AFA, gruppo storico della scena alternativa degli anni ‘90 con diversi album all’attivo per “Dischi del Mulo-C.P.I.-Polygram”: Yuri Degola, turntables, cd-players, bass, double-bass, clarinet, oscillator, sampler; Fabrizio Tavernelli, turntables, cd-players, guitar, synth, sampler; Antonio Denti, guitar, laptop, recording. Francesca Vatteroni

UNDERSCORE è uno studio creativo che si muove su molteplici piani comunicazionali, dai new media alla grafica tradizionale, passando per la motion graphic e l’illustrazione digitale, arrivando alla direzione artistica di eventi e di volumi editoriali http://www.underscore.biz/

Giovedì 25 Marzo -Fabrizio Tavernelli live sinistro @Fuori Orario

Posted in Appuntamenti al buio (date, live, djset, performances, by Taver on the March 22nd, 2010

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Giovedì 25 Marzo ore 20,00
Fuori Orario
Taneto di Gattatico
“La primavera dei diritti”
spettacolo evento organizzato dalle donne di SEL
con: Fabrizio Tavernelli, Bruna Bertoni, Tarma e l’insolito trio, Simonetta Checchia.
Verrà trasmesso un video appello di Nichi Vendola.
Nella serata sarà possibile cenare con gnocco fritto e salumi.

il nostro blog:   www.sinistraeliberta-re.blogspot.com

Venerdì 19 Marzo - Babel live @ I Vizi del Pellicano (Data Zero)

Posted in Appuntamenti al buio (date, live, djset, performances, by Taver on the March 11th, 2010
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Babel indossa un sari giallo e parla con accento correggese. Beve grappa distillata nei Balcani accompagnata da olive greche piccanti. Suona delle canzoni antiche come la terra e moderne come un groove. È appena nata, sta muovendo proprio adesso i primi passi camminando su beat elettronici. Venerdì 19 Marzo ore 23, Circolo Arci “I Vizi del Pellicano” in via Ronchi 11 a Fosdondo di Correggio (RE) data d’esordio o data zero, praticamente una prova aperta al pubblico. Babel è il nuovo progetto che vede insieme Giovanni Rubbiani (ex Modena City Ramblers, Caravan De Ville), Fabrizio Tavernelli (AFA,GrooveSafari, Roots Connection, Ajello etc), jyoti Guidetti, Alessandro Bartoli (Rio), Vangelis Merkuris, Mario Sehtl (Zambramora, Capossela), Gianluca Calò.
Jyoti Guidetti: voce
Fabrizio Taver Tavernelli: voce, elettronica primordiale, tastiere
Vangelis Merkuris: voce, oud, saz
Giovanni Rubbiani: chitarra acustica
Alessandro Bartoli: elettronica, campionamenti
Gianluca Calò: basso
Mario Sehtl: violino

Sabato 20 Marzo “Un POSTO” @ Teatro Comunale Rio Saliceto (RE)

Posted in Appuntamenti al buio (date, live, djset, performances, by Taver on the March 10th, 2010

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Sabato 20 marzo 2010
ore 21
Teatro Comunale di Rio Saliceto (RE)

“Un POSTO”
di e con Andrea Anselmi e Fabiana Bruschi

musiche di Fabrizio Tavernelli
 

dalle note di regia:
Un tronco in mezzo a due sedie di legno, appoggiato, sospeso.
Divide in sopra e sotto; come una barca di naufraghi nel sud del mediterraneo.
Un attrezzo antico, un ponte, il limite di un edificio in degrado in una città dell’est europeo.
Si tratta di un viaggio e come tutti i viaggi, della mutazione di un posto, della sua importanza.
Il posto e la difficoltà di raggiungerlo, la sofferenza per rimanervi, la paura di esserne scacciati.
Il posto e la xenofobia di chi se ne impossessa, la violenza di chi lo vuol difendere, la chiusura dei confini.
Il posto e l’indifferenza di chi lo abita, le regole di convivenza, la religione che ne suggella l’esistenza materiale e le aspirazioni tradite.

Ufficio Teatro c/o Istituzione Culturale W. Biagini via XX Settembre, 2 - Rio Saliceto (RE)

tel. 0522 699648 - fax 0522 647519

E-mail: cultura@comune.riosaliceto.re.it

Biglietteria Teatro tel. 0522 649465

(nelle serate di spettacolo dalle ore 20.00)