Robert Ziino | Plastic Loves Global Warming

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Plastic Loves Global Warming

by Robert Ziino

"American Robert Ziino processes creative outputs with experimental sound worlds of the rather electronic type, which is comparable to the bizarre world David Lynch or David Cronenberg."
Genre: Electronic: Experimental
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1. Breast Eggplant
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2. Camera Up Uranus
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3. GMO's Meet PMS
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4. I'm Not Perfect
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5. Plastic Loves Global Warming
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6. Buddha & The Blueberry Wizard
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7. Error And Error
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8. Mummy Crazy
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In a world where even the 'experimental' genre has been given finite boundaries, Robert Ziino is a musical pioneer composing for the free thinkers and aurally enlightened. With silence as his blank canvas, Ziino enters a euphoric, timeless state and creates like a painter of sound. There has yet to be a term of classification that fully captures the abstractions he creates. Using analog driven electronic modular synthesizers; his manipulations aim to produce soundscapes beyond those that history has given modern man. The instrumentation is entirely electronic, laid in one take with live mixing. His command of the endless possibilities of electronic patterns may forever change the concept of music.


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