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Costa, Carlo : Silos

Label: Neither/Nor Records
Product Code: 30294
Catalog Code: n/n 015
Country: USA
Price: $12.95

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While on vacation in Rome in 2018, NY percussionist Carlo Costa took his portable recorder inside a grain silo in the countryside north of the city, eschewing traditional percussion for found bricks, pipes, rocks and branches found nearby, recording in the resonance of the silo with the sounds of cicadas and other ambiance permeating the silo as he unfolds this engrossing, thoughtfully paced improvisation.

Costa, Carlo: Oblio

Label: Neither/Nor Records
Product Code: 27313
Catalog Code: n/n 011
Country: USA
Price: $13.95

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New York-based Italian percussionist and Neither/Nor label leader Carlo Costa in a solo percussion album of two pieces using drum set, concert bass drum, singing bowls, bells, triangles, wood blocks, tiles, styrofoam, cymbals, violin bows, marbles, chains, knives, and other objects, creating fascinating alien soundscapes of momentous activity without histrionics.

Costa, Carlos: Door of No Return

Label: Aural Terrains
Product Code: 22360
Catalog Code: TRRN1033
Country: Greece/UK
Price: $16.95

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Double-bassist Carlo Costa, originally from the Canary Islands and who has worked with Tim Berne, Tomas Fujiwara, Ingar Zach, Wade Matthews, &c. in a solo album of solid and unusual bass technique including plucking, bowing and scraping, in his 9-part series of "Doors".

Costa, Carlo Quartet: Sediment

Label: Neither/Nor Records
Product Code: 20219
Catalog Code: n/n 001
Country: USA
Price: $14.95

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A new NY label from percussionist Carlo Costa in its 1st release, a quartet with Steve Swell on trombone, Sean ali on bass and Jonathan Moritz on sax, presenting an improvisational language that subsumes the individual players into a distinct group sound.