Chris Lanuzzi’s “Satellite Symphonics” – NoHo Arts District

Chris Lanuzzi’s “Satellite Symphonics”

A NoHo Arts music evaluation of Chris Lanuzzi’s “Satellite Symphonics” album.

Chris Lanuzzi is a New York-based, modern and extremely regarded digital musician and composer. Over his many years-lengthy profession, he has labored with such luminaries as Vangelis, Suzanne Ciani, ex-Tangerine Dream member Peter Baumann. Also, he has scored the digital sound design music for HBO’s “From the Earth to the Moon” collection co-produced by Ron Howard and Tom Hanks. In addition, he’s created soundscapes and interactive musical environments for Mastercard and themes for numerous A&E applications and channels. 

His ‘music’ creates a type of hyper actual world. And with its completely digital sound, or manipulations of natural sounds and devices, just like the genius of Thomas Dolby, he creates one thing greater than music, greater than something that he chooses to create it with. The entire changing into very rather more than that components therein.  There’s a type of aching disappointment to it, a magnificence within the intimate tics and twitches and echos, a trippy, highly effective, darkness. 

The tracks are purposeful, significant, like a ghost story meant as a warning, not simply to entertain. The Gorillas touched on this, even Gary Neuman, and like all these put up-punk, industrial, techno artists that push boundaries and invent cliffs to plummet off, Lanuzzi provides new that means to music. 

Chris Lanuzzi’s “Satellite Symphonics” isn’t mainstream. Could you dance to it? Totally, should you had been fully within the temper. And, should you weren’t, this document might rapidly get you there. It’s all pressing, visceral, cinematic, thoughts-melding music, vocals and hovering Moog references and routinely unidentifiable moments that straight connect with some far distant reminiscence.

It’s ingenious and shifting and completely good.

Like the inventor himself, “Satellite Symphonics” is tough to outline. It’s electronica, it’s soundscape and it’s intangible unstable vocals stuffed with drama and ache, however in a very actually attractive punk method. I beloved it. I couldn’t cease listening to it in actual fact, which was a bizarre technique to make Sunday night time dinner I can inform you…however there you might be. This document will get inside your head, makes itself some room and stays there. Epic. 

The AI-created video for “March of Madness” isn’t like something you’ve seen earlier than, I can virtually assure. Created by Ethem Serkan Sökmen and İlke Köse, utilizing a CLIP-Guided-Diffusion pocket book known as Disco Diffusion and different numerous AI instruments and methods. Utterly Amazing. Loved it.

Watch the A.I.-powered music video for “March of Madness”

Stream the complete “Maze” album on Spotify.

Websites:

Official Website

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Bandcamp

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Artist Contact Email:  [email protected]

Team:

Label: Independent- Satellite Symphonics distributed by The Orchard

Musician Names/Instruments: Chris Ianuzzi Electronic and Digital Synthesizers,Vocals

Producer Name(s): Chris Ianuzzi

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