PHOTO: © Thomas Aurin

Nubi (Wolken)

In the organizer's words:

With his artistic-musical project nubi, the artist Marco Brosolo, a new Berliner with Italian roots, has created an impressive homage to his Friulian compatriot Pier Paolo Pasolini: nine songs inspired by the words and spirit of the Italian master director and poet.

Without neglecting his political weight, Brosolo delves into the poetic depths of Pasolini's universe, focusing not only on his poetry, but also incorporating television interviews from the 1960s and 1970s, film dialogs and numerous letters. Brosolo attempts to put poetry at the service of song and to emphasize Pasolini's immortality through pop music.

Brosolo walks in sacred footsteps through the thoughts and poems of the great Italian author. He does this with a very intimate vocal style, which is skillfully enveloped by cinematic arrangements. Alongside the beautiful and melancholy minimal melodies on the piano, Brosolo stages a rhythmic backing that is a mixture of jazz and jungle, without neglecting trip-hop, as a reminiscence of Brosolo's favorite band Portishead. Particularly noteworthy is the spoken word of Pierpaolo Capovilla's powerful voice in the track Lamento, which tells the entire Pasolinian parable through numerous tracks of his works: the only passage with a concession to indie rock settings.

Voice, guitar and synth esizer: Marco Brosolo
Drums and synth esizer: Bernhard Reiss
Piano: Stefan Paul

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