Material - Intonarumori – CD
Packaged in a double-gatefold, 6-panel digifile sleeve.
Brand new, never played and still in the factory plastic
“Intonarumori” is an album by the band Material, released on CD format. Material is a musical collective formed by bassist and producer Bill Laswell, known for their experimental and genre-blending approach to music. The album “Intonarumori” was released in 1989.
The term Intonarumori refers to a group of experimental musical instruments created by the Italian futurist artist Luigi Russolo in the early 20th century. These instruments were designed to produce a wide range of unconventional and industrial sounds, reflecting the Futurist movement’s fascination with the sounds of modernity and machinery.
The album “Intonarumori” by Material incorporates elements of various genres, including avant-garde, industrial, funk, and jazz, among others. It features collaborations with several notable musicians and vocalists, often combining electronic and live instrumentation to create a unique sonic landscape.
The tracks on “Intonarumori” may incorporate samples, loops, and rhythmic patterns, with layered instrumentation and a strong emphasis on rhythm and groove. The album’s sound can be characterized as adventurous, with a fusion of different musical styles and experimental textures.
Intonarumori includes a booklet andliner notes providing additional information about the album, such as the tracklist, credits, and some context and insights into the creative process.
Who Wakes The Rooster?
No Guts No Galaxy
Temple Of The Mental
All That Future
My Style Is I Ain’t Got No Style
Snipers For Biters