Italian composer and multi-instrumentalist Giorgia Angiuli signs off on her first SVT release, cropping up her emotion infused, all-around sensorial acoustic in four original productions.
The Tenax Club resident is well known for her versatile sets, where she combines keyboards, drum pads and theremin sounds with those of sax, toy flute and trumpets. A diverse arsenal which allows her to constantly shape a vibrating and lively groove on the dancefloor.
Giorgias knack for versatility in her live sets is also easily distinguishable throughout the EP. Layering numerous instrument samples and loops, she paints an intricate picture on Hidden Garden. Airy pads prevail a heavily harmonious yet melancholic lead, while glitchy accents complete the scene. Distorted vocals paired with dreamy whimpers offer an enigmatic overlay, adding to the heightened mood.
Axial Tilt comes in centered around an arpeggiated piano loop, as radial synths chime in and out, on a backdrop of metallic bites. Interspersed are Giorgias ethereal vocals, adding more depth and colour to the entire construction as it drifts off to a full stop.
Sumptuous strings champion off Maaari, an emotion-ridden exploration of pensive synths. Lengthy, winding sequences gradually build up the melody, meeting at a highly intense peak point thats bound to stir up and animate its audience.
Mixing the dramatic with the serene, Alpas doesn't push you to move, but listen. The bassline is subdued, enveloped by upbeat blimps with the focus kept on the lead. The overall tone is bittersweet, packed with contrasting details that come together in the artists signature style.