Lorenzo Senni is a fascinating electronic composer. He works in what is called a ‘pointillistic’ style. This means that his synths pluck and stab wildly. There usually isn’t any percussion because the melodies are designed in ways that create rhythm without drums being there. Lorenzo Senni has been working on his craft for years and his 5th album ‘Scacco Matto’ comes out on the 24th of April. This time around he is moving away from set pieces into pieces that resemble more standard song structures.
‘Canone Infinito’ is the new single that is taken from Lorenzo’s new album. It circles around the same melody over and over whilst changing and evolving over time. It’s the kind of thing I’d listen to for 20 minutes without realising! You can enjoy it below. Lorenzo Senni’s ‘Scacco Matto’ is also available to pre-order.
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