Energomash

by Esma

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ENG | Energomash is a hexagon. This results in a musical concept that tries to overcome the boundaries of all kinds. A transversal composition. Energomash is a compendium of narrative energy. Energomash is music, poetry, inner journey, searching for a where. Where is "where" is the meaning of the journey. Understand. And then, become aware of the understanding of all things. Beginning and end. The here and the elsewhere. Energy. Energy that runs through the album moving in geometric shapes in the form of light and shadow, reflections of primordiality. Everything is connected. All is one. From an Adagio for a civilization that has become abstract, the north wind carries the one who walks and listen to voices, sounds, noises and singing, to the Lost Gardens of Heligan, near the majestic sandy mane of Dune du Pilhar, towards the poetic guesswork enclosed in an electric bottle thrown into the ocean in the direction of Roanoke, the first colony in the Americas western wilderness. Margaret Lee makes an explosive appearance in nine minutes that set the "Vaudeville instructions for a quiet life." Madness that drives creative minds. Breaking the silence. Meaning of life. A link. And because everything is connected, past, present, future, through multiple lifetimes, we land to the concept of Quantum Entanglement. Easy. Difficult. Who can say. Just listen. Participate in the trip. At the end of the street, the Hexagon is waiting. A house, maybe. God, maybe. Meditation. Maybe. Toward dawn. The last sunrise. Or, the first of a new world.


ITA | Energomash è un esagono. Da ciò deriva un concetto musicale che tenta di oltrepassare le barriere di ogni genere. Una composizione trasversale. Energomash è un compendio di energie narrative. Energomash è musica, poesia, viaggio interiore, ricerca di un dove. Dove sia "dove" è il fine del viaggio. Comprendere. E poi, divenire consapevoli della comprensione di ogni cosa. Dell'inizio e della fine. Del qui e dell'altrove. Dell'energia. Energia che attraversa l'album muovendosi in forme geometriche, in forma di luce e ombra, riflessi di primordialità. Tutto è collegato. Tutto è uno. Da un Adagio per una civiltà ormai astratta, il vento del nord trasporta colui che cammina e ascolta verso voci, suoni, rumori e canti, verso i Giardini Perduti di Heligan, verso la maestosa criniera sabbiosa della Dune du Pilhar, verso le congetture poetiche racchiuse in una bottiglia elettronica lanciata nell'oceano in direzione di Roanoke, la prima colonia occidentale nelle Americhe selvagge. Margaret Lee fa la sua esplosiva comparsa nei nove minuti che dettano le "istruzioni del Vaudeville per un quieto vivere". Follia, che muove le menti creative. Rompere il silenzio. Significato della vita. Un collegamento. E proprio perché tutto è collegato, passato presente futuro attraverso molteplici vite, si approda al concetto di Entanglement Quantistico. Facile. Difficile. Chi può dirlo. È sufficiente ascoltare. Partecipare al viaggio. In fondo alla via, l'Esagono è in attesa. Una casa, forse. Dio, forse. Meditazione. Forse. Verso l'alba. L'ultima alba. Oppure, la prima di un nuovo mondo.


Discover the visual project connected to the album.
Watch 'MIN GRN' on youtube at youtu.be/d82aMsJ4PGU MIN GRN - a visual project by Lucien Moreau.
Direction / script / camera / editing: Lucien Moreau.
Music composed and performed by Esma.
Featuring Margaret Lee, Klod and Fred Cané.


Scopri il progetto visivo collegato all'album.
Guarda MIN GRN su youtube all'indirizzo
youtu.be/d82aMsJ4PGU MIN GRN - un progetto visivo di Lucien Moreau.
Regia / soggetto / riprese / montaggio: Lucien Moreau.
Musica composta ed eseguita da Esma.
Con la partecipazione di Margaret Lee, Klod e Fred Cané.


SoundBlab (Andy Brown) - Review (ENG)
soundblab.com/reviews/albums/5262-esma-energomash PennyBlackMusic (Maarten Schiethart) - Review (ENG)
www.pennyblackmusic.co.uk/MagSitePages/Review.aspx?id=9182 RockAction (Daniela Masella) - Review (ITA)
www.rockaction.it/e107_plugins/content/content.php?content.1669 Lankelot (Andrea Consonni) - Review (ITA)
www.lankelot.eu/musica/esma-energomash.html MusicZoom (Diego Ama) - Review (ITA)
www.musiczoom.it?p=15146 KULT Underground (Davide Riccio) - Interview (ITA)
www.kultunderground.org/art/17694

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released January 22, 2013

Music composed and performed by Esma.
Featuring Klod, Margaret Lee and Fred Cané.

Recorded at the Slanting Shelter.

2013 © La cantina appena sotto la vita.

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Conceptual artist. Designer. Musician. Dreamer. I work as a graphic designer and creative director for brands, companies and cultural projects in Krakòw, Montréal, Taipei, Shanghai, Hong Kong and Bangkok, where I also performed live. I play piano and keyboards, mixing up different genres such as electronic, modern classical and minimal music, always in a strong cinematic way. ... more

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Track Name: Roanoke (Cynthia After Raleigh)
She is gone.
She is lost.
She is found.
She is ever fair.
Gone.
Lost.
Found.
Fair.
She is.
She is.
She was.
She was.
Neither here.
Nor there.
Nobody.
And no one.
Here.
There.
Gone.
Lost.
Found.
Fair.
Portrait of
elsewhere.
On thy tree.
On my knees.
Black.
Dispair.
And, after,
the dawn.
A rose. Arose.
Doesn't matter.
No excuses.
Egg. Ego. Edge.
Falling down,
to the ground.
Ocean
is waiting,
my dear.
Don't seek
for moisture
in the Arabian
sand.
Meet me, at the
world's end.
Where cedars grew.
And thought flew.
Lost is the garden
of Heligan.
Yes. As that man.
She is.
She is.
She was.
She was.
Neither here.
Nor there.
She is gone.
She is lost.
She is found.
She's ever
ever fair.

Original poetry by Esma - Eugenio Squarcia.
Based on the poetry "The Ocean to Cynthia" (1590) by Sir Walter Raleigh.