May is the time when the nature round us bursts with different colors of life, we roll in the sunlight and keep defending our warm sunny mood from any negative factors. Unconsciously we forget about all the troubles we had earlier, any problem gets lost among general awakening of life and energy. It's symbolic that in this very state of mood I listened to the music of the Italian musician con_cetta for the first time. His new album Sclerosis strengthened my craving for unity with nature and concentrated my attention on landscapes and sounds.
The album was released on Italian net-label Zymogen engaged in releasing pure intelligent experimental music, particularly microelectronics. Each new release is a well-prepared, integral work of several musicians from all over the world. By the way, an interesting fact - con_cetta is the first Italian in the label's musicians list.
The author admitted that his music is mostly the interaction of his own field records' fragments and algorithms of the program Gleetchlab which includes various options for sound splitting, penetrating into its structure and future microscopic changes.
Indeed, Sclerosis is the deep penetrating into the very depths of nature. We are able to hear its deepest vibrations, feel its breathing and see the tiniest changes. Your listening gradually turns into a walk through some 'digitized' wood with minimal approximation and feeling of subtle elements of its structure. The cover of this album is worth attention as it reflects its concept very well. Examining the cover and listening to this living ambient, which has already experienced the algorithms of glitch-treatment, you can easily escape from the fuss of a big city and merge into the microstructure of the surrounding nature.