Luca Bacchetti dj set at @ebbandflowmusic opening boat party, New York 20.05.2018
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The fourteenth edition of the microcastle podcast welcomes label artist Luca Bacchetti. His diverse musical tastes have shaped his storied career, and filled his discography with immaculate creations on All Day I Dream, Crosstown Rebels, Ovum Recordings and his own Endless imprint. Luca carries inspiration from art, architecture and his world travels, all of which contribute to his ever evolving, border-less approach to production. Having previously supplied the fourth edition of our podcast over two years ago, and a friend of the label ever since, Luca now returns with an exclusive studio mix which once again showcases why we love his captivating, storytelling style. In a journey spread across eighty magical minutes, Luca effortlessly intertwines new cuts from Anii, Dave DK, John Talabot, Pablo Bolivar, Terr and more, along with a variety of fresh, unreleased music. Enjoy!
“With a production cv that includes seminal dance labels like Ovum, Wagon Repair or Crosstown Rebels, the Italian DJ and producer Luca Bacchetti lands on Flying Circus Recordings with the “Playa Sunrise” EP. Marking the fifth release for the label run by Audiofly, Bacchetti sends the temperatures rising on “Playa Sunrise”.
Offering up a much-anticipated slice of sunshine vibes, the Original Mix of ‘Playa Sunrise’ here, fuses precision drums and a hypnotizing groove with the radiant ambience of rising synths and comforting horns, melodic marimbas and infectious bass. The sounds of our feathered friends glide over Bacchetti’s glossy production to create a real sunrise moment indeed!”Flying Circus
In the wake of what has been a most creative year, VENTO EP is now out!
With a combination of new work and remixes, Luca Bacchetti seems to have delineated his sonic territory: a non categorisable soundscape oscillating between electronica and techno.
With its ethnic influences, VENTO EP is the natural evolution of the GENESIS double EP, released in January 2016.
VENTO (which in Italian means wind) was also one of the more intense moments of his DJ set at Burning Man’s Robot Heart this year. It speaks clearly: travel is the common denominator of all of Luca’s music, his ‘sonic scenery’, sounds that flow like moving images, as if we are watching the world unfold around us, precisely as if on a journey. Same thing for THE GREAT WIDE OPEN, where the colours are darker, sudden changes of scene tied together with elegance, as always a trademark of his work. Once again one has the sensation of holding a one way ticket to unforeseen destinations.
NOTHING TO LOSE is the most electronic track on the EP, echoes of trip hop leading us into darkness, pierced by flashes of light, the underlying tension and groove deepening and becoming more intense. Here we can appreciate the collaborations from Stefano Onorati on keys and Andrea Guzzoletti with his ‘dramatic’ trumpet solo in the finale. The last track of this EP is THE BIRTH OF VENTO, a 12 minutes journey, an ambient interpretation of the title track. If it’s true that “The answer is blowin’ in the wind”, let’s hear what VENTO EP has to tell us.
I knew what I was doing, I was going to Burning Man; but what I did not know was just how I’d assimilate and react to all the data, images, sounds, smells … what would become of my ex-asthmatic anxieties and the difficulties of living in this kind of environment: dust, dust, and more dust!!
In Black Rock City you’ll find all the good and all the evil of this world, the only thing that changes is how you take it in, because here the available tools of art and provocation operate differently … so why not the music too?
Whatever one may think, there is still a comfort zone in Black Rock City. It’s about attitude: it’s always with a given attitude that you do something to then obtain a determined result, break the routine, open up to something new, not appearance at all costs, just letting everything happen because it has to happen. Running the other way in a dark hostile but magical place like this with a voice that says, “I’m not afraid, I’m here now!” the same voice you hear when you’re sitting all alone in front of the pyramid of Cheope, its outline standing out majestically in the dark … far from comforting places.
I saw some friends collapse because, inevitably, if you let something get to you here that something will change you. I believe that these people will come away with a greater awareness. There is no magic to Burning Man: there are those who listen and those who continue to sit in their comfort zone, the same as those who from home point fingers with their two bit sarcasm.
The moment when the Man burns is certainly one of the most contemporary and modern tribal experiences I’ve ever witnessed, it’s like being at the centre of a big blockbuster; but where the characters are no longer Ben Hur or gladiators!
On the Monday 70,000 people left Black Rock City and on the ground there wasn’t even a crumb .. only the footprints of those who had been there, which the wind will take care to remove all traces of.
Thanks to everyone who made this experience so special. Thanks Jan, Anton, Amanda, Eduardo, Michelly, Tara, Chris, Reagan, Martinik, Susan, Rachel, Jonathan, Laura, Benjamin, Jason, Andrew, Ko, Behrouz, Eugenia, all the people with whom I had a conversation, and of course Brian Eno and Peter Gabriel! Danila, Rita and all my family.
My set at Robot Heart is dedicated to Pierluca Rossi, you too were in Black Rock City.
Art: IDENTITY AWARENESS UNION – Shane M. Pitzer
A 13′ tall steel question mark at a 10 degree slant and is held up by a 7′ human form. A female form embraces the human form. The idea is to evoke the question of how relationships and others affect our identity.
Massive wooden art installations and buildings at festival in the middle of the desert go up in flames as party heads into its last days.
One of the world’s most famous parties is going up in flames.
The thousands of people who camped out in the middle of the Nevada desert for the annual Burning Man festival have started to bring the wild week to a close by setting fire to the huge wooden sculptures and installations created for the event.
Amazing photographs show some of the incredible artwork, including the pyramids called the Catacomb of Veils, being engulfed in flames. Huge plumes of thick, black smoke rose into the sky once the fires were set on Friday afternoon.
More than 70,000 have made the voyage to Black Rock City in the middle of the Nevada desert for the mind-bending festival, which runs from August 28 to September 5 this year.
Incredible aerials shots taken earlier in the week showed the horde of people sprawling out across the desert, with RVs, cars, tents and other forms of shelter littering the landscape.
On Saturday, the centerpiece of the giant desert party – the enormous sculpture of a man – will be set alight as the revelers dance beneath it. The event, which this year has the theme ‘da Vinci’s workshop’, is described as an ‘annual experiment in temporary community dedicated to radical self-expression and radical self-reliance’.
The Anjunadeep Edition 101 with Luca Bacchetti
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We welcome Italian DJ and producer Luca Bacchetti to the deep edition this week following his acclaimed label debut with a recent remix of Ryan Davis’ ‘Brun’ .
A highlight from the iTunes #1 compilation ‘Anjunadeep 07’, Ryan Davis’ melancholic beauty ‘Brun’ gets reworked by two leading lights of the European underground, Luca Bacchetti and Matthias Meyer.
“Following releases on Crosstown Rebels, Saved and Ovum over the past few years, along with a string of stand-out remixes, Italian producer Luca Bacchetti offers up a signature rework, intertwining an subtle groove with delicate cinematic chords that compliment the spacey sentiments of the original.”