The Attic Podcast: 09. Heinrich Dressel

Published

March 17, 2015

We're really happy to feature the founder of the MinimalRome label in the Auditorium - Heinrich Dressel. He prepared a mix of soundtracks from different movies, such as The long good friday (track 4), Il gatto a nove code (track 8), The Boogeyman (track 10), Body Double (track 11) and Aguirre (track 13).

Musically, Heinrich Dressel means a sonorous journey through the darker side of the electro, taking the commands of the Elka Synthex, one of the most impressive polysynths in the history of music, planned and manufactured by Mario Maggi in the early 80s, as the commercial brother of the MCS70, synth that gave birth to a masterpiece album like "Automat".

Captivating hybrid of styles, mixing the chilling-menacing mood of the 70s / 80s lo-fi funkadelic horror soundtracks to outer-space synthesised soundscapes in a pure classy vein. This is cryptical-kosmische psychedelica with a nice electro retro touch and avant-minimalist.

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Tracklist

  • Egisto Macchi

    Moonsong

  • Alan Hawkshaw

    Frontiers of Science

  • Oscar Rocchi

    Mais

  • Francis Monkman

    The Long Good Friday

  • Il Reale Impero Britannico

    Epopea

  • Camel

    Skylines

  • Soft Machine

    As If

  • Ennio Morricone

    Placcaggio

  • Vercetti Technicolor

    Chariots Of Gunfire

  • Tim Krog

    The Boogeyman

  • Pino Donaggio

    Detective McClane, Please!

  • David Kristian

    Black Beach

  • Popol Vuh

    L'Acrime Di rei

  • Michel Colombier

    Dolorosa

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