Manifesto Rumorarmonico Post Futurista
"Vinyl compilation devoted to Luigi Russolo the father of Futurist music and the first man to theorize that music has to be composed mainly by rumors and not by harmonic sounds! His music was played with an instrument 'l'Intonarumori' or 'Rumorarmonio' which was invented by himself. Russolo is the forefather and theorizer of the electronic music concept and for sure we can say today that he was the first man playing 'industrial' music. For this project, we found four artists known for being 'neo-Futurists' and uncompromising 'industrial' artists. GX Jupitter-Larsen from the USA is known for being the mind behind The Haters and for all his very 'futurist' performances where a click becomes the main sound. Merzbow from Japan is the father of Japanese noise. This is the sound Russolo would be playing if he were alive today. With his first project Zoviet France, Robin Storey, aka Rapoon, was one of the very first artists using toy instruments. Sacher Pelz from Italy was the very first project by Maurizio Bianchi, also known as MB. He was one of the very first artists using electronic noise. Each artist gives his contribution to this tribute playing long tracks on a full LP side. White vinyl. Discs are packed in a hand-numbered limited edition of 765 copies -- a folding cover shows Luigi Russolo and his Rumorarmonio."