Indian Wells is Pietro Iannuzzi a producer from southern Italy who makes emotive electronic music which channels feelings of social, geographic and political isolation. This is his third album and has a hypnotic quality with wordless vocals and choirs helping to create melodic heavenly and compelling mood pieces.
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There weren't many things I enjoyed yesterday (I was even off my food) but I enjoyed this record. It's the third album from Southern Italy based producer Pietro Iannuzzi and is a soft-as-a-duvet bauble of beautiful pulsing electronics that sway and undulate like those trees that you see as you dip down from the Alps.
He uses pinging bursts of synth and scattered them over intricate skittering beats adding the odd bit of vocal texture. The aptly titled 'Cascades' adds in melodic bass to produce a wonderful smorgasboard of textures sound with nods towards Fourtet and Gold Panda. It's like Iannuzzi scribbles his synths- they wibble and wobble as if drawn by a child but everything is glued together by secure bass-lines. Overleaf something different 'The Alps; - ha! - I just mentioned them - has a lovely swooning house feel with duck down synths and the sort of 4/4 kick not seen elsewhere.
This is spiralling technicolour electronica that has helped me feel relaxed and rather good about myself. Bottle it.
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