Twinscapes 2 : A Modern Approach To The Dancefloor
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Bassists Colin Edwin and Lorenzo Feliciati Blend ‘80s Pop and Prog
On Twinscapes Vol.2: A Modern Approach To The Dancefloor
For their second Twinscapes collaboration, bassists Colin Edwin and Lorenzo Feliciati address their respective ‘80s pop roots in the context of the same ambient soundscapes, freewheeling improvisations and prog-rock flurries that graced their 2014 self-titled RareNoise Records debut.
Picture Soft Cell jamming with King Crimson, Ultravox with EL&P, Depeche Mode with Gentle Giant and you’ve got an idea of what’s happening on Twinscapes Vol.2: A Modern Approach To The Dancefloor.
Colin Edwin : fretless basses, rhythm design, programming, ebow.
Lorenzo Feliciati : fretless and fretted bass, keyboards, acoustic and electric guitars, sound design.
Roberto Gualdi : Drums and Percussion.
Andi Pupato : Percussion and Metallics on “The (Next) Level Think”
Reuben Balch : Flute on “Precipice”, Alto Saxophone on “Future Echo”
1. Tin Can
2. Severing Suns
3. Bedroom Corner
4. Future Echo
5. in a Haze
7. Ghosts of Tangier
8. The (next) Level Think
9. In a Daze
10. Heat Collision
All compositions by Colin Edwin and Lorenzo Feliciati.
Except ‘Ghosts of Tangier” Edwin/Feliciati/Gualdi.
Published by RareNoisePublishing (PRS)
Produced by Twinscapes
Tracks 2, 3, 5 Recorded Yellowfish Studios, UK
Engineer : Jake Rousham
Tracks 1, 6,7,8,9,10 recorded in Paris and at Nightspace UK
Drums recorded at Metropolis Studio, Milan
Sound Engineer : Alessandro Marcantoni
Mixed by Alessandro Marcantoni at Metropolis Studio, Milan
Mastered by Mike Fossenkemper at Turtletone Studio NYC
Postproduction by Colin Edwin and Lorenzo Feliciati
Artwork and Design by Ian Anderson for The Design Factory
Executive Producer for RareNoiseRecords : Giacomo Bruzzo
© + ℗ RareNoiseRecords 2018