Fabryka

“A sad story, a fairy tale. A little boy and a little girl, jumping together. A cold landscape, a cosy landscape. Colours and noise, supernovas, whispers, when you cry out loud. Feelings you can’t deny, electric world, crystal lakes. Breathless. “

The project FABRYKA begins at the end of 2004, when Stefano Milella (programming, synth, drums ), Tiziana Felle (vocals, guitars), Giovanni Chiapparino (piano, drums, accordion, vibes), Agostino Scaranello (bass, piano) and Pasquale Luisi (visual maker) get together.

In spite of its young setting up the band gains a knowledges and takes part in the main shows of the scene. The project aspires at the happy blending of acoustic and electronic music, of researched and improvised visuals, all performed or re-created on stage, trying to overcome the separation between reality and fiction, fairy tales and raw matter, words and metaphores.

One of the FABRYKAs possible definitions is the very moment in which different faces of the same espression live together. The bands name is taken from a Kieslowski doc-movie, but is inspired too by the idea of Art as a Factory, as an assembly line where little pieces are assembled into a product, in which its story, the phases of production are not yet readable: as often happens in Art between thought and expression, feeling and showing, imagination and action.

The project FABRYKA have been awarded with “Best live Media 2005″ at ArezzoWave, “Best Music” at Musicultura Festival XVII ( ex Premio Recanati ), NokiaforMusic and partecipate to the most important events (MTV Blooming Days, Time Zones “Experimenta 05″ , “ControFestival” on Radio Popolare Network, supporter MatMos, Goldie, Gotan Project, Timo Maas, Tiga, Popolus ecc ).

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