Italian techno experimentalist Donato Dozzy has adopted a new instrument—the mouth organ—on an upcoming long-player for Stateside label Further. “When you play such an instrument, you’ll feel all your bones vibrating to the sound in a sort of chain reaction,” says Dozzy. “It becomes an emotional and physical clean up. In Italy, one of the ways to call the jaw harp is scacciapensieri, which literally means It kicks thoughts away.”
Described as “a deep-dive into childhood memory, social history and the roots of psychedelia,” The Long Silence was recorded in the Italian countryside in April 2015. While it won’t see an official release until October 2, hear a pair of selected tracks streaming above.