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Nicola Negrini

He leads Scoolptures project beside collaborations with the nujazz ensemble Faze Liquide, the Alkord quintet led by Alberto Capelli, Gianmaria Testa and Lucio Morelli. He's engaged in theatre with the writers Carlo Lucarelli ["Pasolini: un mistero italiano" , " Uno Bianca"...] and Erri De Luca, with the actor Giuseppe Cederna ["Il Grande Viaggio"] and the Theatre of the Ariette ["Vite"]. Among the meaningful experiences, documented by a wide discography, there are the Nic: Neg Conference ensemble, the Inno quintet, the trio with Alfredo Impullitti and Mauro Manzoni, the recording and live activity with The Gunkhole (U.S.A.), with the composer Fabrizio Festa and the Alien Army collective

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Scoolptures: White Sickness

Read "White Sickness" reviewed by Glenn Astarita

White Sickness is an extension of Scoolpture's 2009 outing for Leo Records, Materiale Umano. Again, the unorthodox lineup intimates the man and machine lineup via the quartet's heavy use of electronics. However, the program is designed with equilibrium, where the live electronics, drums, and sax elements attains equal footing with the effects playing a vital role. ...


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