Two years after New Ruins, Italian producer and composer Pietro iannuzzi aka Indian Wells has announced the release of a new album called No One Really Listens to Oscillators which will be out on July 15th via Mesh. According to the press release, it explores the concept of “unfinished” in relation to oneself, art, architecture and surroundings.
The album’s initial conceptual input came from an article in The New York Times referencing a new conceptual architectural style. The term “Incompiuto” (Unfinished) which was theorized by Alterazioni Video & Fosbury Architecture and concerned unfinished works that reveal the inability of projects to make infrastructures useful and sustainable for the community.
“The head of this article was a photo of an escalator in the middle of nowhere in Calabria, where I live,” explains Pietro. “I knew this escalator very well and I immediately realized that my perception of this “reality” could be really different from people who have never lived in this area. It can be said that I grew up in the unfinished – between unfinished houses and other half-built works that are now an integral part of the landscape, without really noticing. In reality, our experience is influenced by everything that surrounds us and this context shapes us to make us live a distorted reality, which we very quickly get used to.”
“Four Walls” is the new excerpt. Listen below.