New album "It was darker, then lighter, till it was all drowned in splendor" by PacificLoon

2017-04-13 03:53:37 UTC

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Pacific Loon is an artistic project by Francesco Busiello born in 2013.

First of all he’s a member/composer of Starframes, later he focused on cinematics, field recording and visuals. His first ep “Growth”, was born after an accidental meeting between himself and Leana Pizzoferrato, music inspired by her images to analyze aspects such as the rise and fall of humain being. In September 2016 he was selected to compose a soundtrack for Artemisia Gentileschi masterpiece “Giuditta che decapita Oloferne” at Museo di Capodimonte in Naples. He had been always fascinated by the city, so then he decided to start doin’ mini concept records.

"It was darker, then lighter, till it was all drowned in splendor" it's a concept record based in Naples, it goes through esoteric and hidden places of my hometown. Every places got his own music composition, supported by minimal static videos; I did also experience some rough field recording, to make it part of music composition: I wanted to make a "low-fi" record, I didn't look for perfect sounding, cause it's reflects how the city lives. I've been always fascinated by light in Naples, warmer and delicate in spring, iced and cruel in winter, so that's where the title comes from. EP starts with big reverb and dark mood of "Piscina Mirabilis", a big cistern built by Romans, to end with "Santa Maria Della Fede(to wane without disparagement)" set in an old cemetery, one of the most brightest day of my life."


Track List

  • Piscina Mirabilis - 02:52 info 
  • Oh, Vergilius - 03:12 info 
  • Botanique - 04:45 info 
  • San Felice - 04:26 info 
  • Santa Maria Della Fede (to wane without disparagement) - 03:19 info


Genre : ambient, abstract, minimal, synth, drone

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