Get Lost by Bruno Bavota

The prophecy is true - Italian composer Bruno Bavota has made another LP of contemporary classical compositions. Get Lost ticks all the usual boxes - Waifish piano? Yep. Gently-undulating strings? Sure. Chest-swelling chord progressions? Very much so. Olafur Arnalds would be proud. Something from Get Lost is sure to be soundtracking a climactic scene in a romcom very soon.

Limited Vinyl LP £17.99 TRR327LPC1

Limited edition iridescent Mother of Pearl with green undertone coloured vinyl Temporary Residence. Edition of 500 copies.

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CD £11.99 TRR327CD

CD on Temporary Residence.

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Vinyl LP £19.99 TRR327P

Black vinyl LP on Temporary Residence.

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Get Lost by Bruno Bavota
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8/10 Jamie 02 October 2019

First off, our description writer has done a fine job of preparing me for this no doubt emotional and immersive listen. Secondly, Mr Bavota in so titling his new record might be interpreted in some parts to be a bit brusque -- rude, even -- it’s more likely, however, to be a kindly invitation to join with him in his gentle, fluffy world. How could one expect anything less from a man that makes such pleasant sounds?

So I’ll take the plunge and journey with BB, and if you join us too you’ll be swiftly transported to a dreamlike world where all is made of curves, candy floss and tinkling water. Bavota tickles his ivories like a good ‘un here, as if he had all the time in the world to be imagining rainbows and unicorns… Some of these things even exist, so I'm told!

Bavota’s piano melts and weeps under his softest of touches and is somehow held together with wrappings of unobtrusive electronic sound design. A highlighting example of this being on ‘Sneaking Behind the Falling Sky’, wherein piano and synth pads combine to produce some mighty-fine, tear-jerking chord progressions. Wistful. That’s the word. Exemplary stuff! Both Olafur Arnalds and I remove our collective hats, I’m sure.



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