“LARIVA”, Alessandro Cenedese’s new album
Lariva “was be the word my grandfather used to call the patch of land among the Prosecco hills, but it could very well be the name of a woman”.
In that same place, Alessandro Cenedese wrote, composed and recorded all 10 songs of his new album, with a clear reference to the 80s and a palpable wish to go back home (which translates in tornare a casa, the opening track of the album) after the time spent in Rome.
With no studio sessions, the album was fully recorded in the vineyard, the farmstead and a private home. Nicola Manzan (Bologna Violenta, Baustelle, Il Teatro degli Orrori) took care of the production. He played in the songs, but he also collected Cenedese’s old and new samples enhancing their meaning or, if necessary, leaving them untouched.
The result is a mixture of production and renovation that totally reflects the idea of digital handicraft wanted by the artist.
This album is in love, even melancholic, to celebrate life… once again.
Tornare a Casa
Underground In NY