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Tra Scienza e Fantascienza

Tra Scienza e Fantascienza
Tra Scienza e FantascienzaTra Scienza e Fantascienza






1x Vinyl LP Limited Edition



Release date

Sep 1, 2023

Timeless atmospheres, hypnotic sonorities, minimal arrangements. And a composer gifted with a never ending passion for music, experimenter in his genetic code, innovator by vocation, at ease with various instruments in order to forge avant-garde themes. Piero Umiliani was already forward in building completely new sounds in the late Seventies. “Tra Scienza E Fantascienza” finds his alter ego Moggi experimenting with alternative grooves, electronic music, jazz tunes and soundtrack motifs. One of the most interesting music libraries in the Italian composer's discography, reissued with a new remastering by Musica Per Immagini, is in full harmony with its title.

Science fiction has opened up our eyes to a variety of scenarios, possible or impossible, sometimes with a happy ending, sometimes apocalyptic, at times familiarly near, more often disarmingly far away, and always capable of inspiring our imagination. For the histrionic artist it took, perhaps, less of a cosmic leap to create this masterpiece. Centred on the cover, a strange creature with only one eye, its hands on a beaker containing a mysterious red liquid. To its right, a symbolic circle is imprinted on a sandy surface, and three bizarre constructions, similar to the volumetric flasks found in a laboratory, of differing heights and shapes. There is a strange blue planet in the distance.

(Notes and images of a dystopian future according to Piero Umiliani)


Cowboy Spaziale


Officina Stellare


Danza Galattica


Salterello Marziano


Jingle N.1






Bric Brac


Soundmaker Blues




Soft Key


Happy Accompaniment


Futuristic Jam


Futuristic Jam


Killer Robot

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