Andrea Bruera is a musician from the Italian Alps, near the French border. After playing in various post-rock, metal and experimental bands, he started his own solo project, nepantla, with just a laptop and a rusty electric bass in 2012. He put out a self released EP on OD the next year and started playing live across Italy. Three years later, in 2015, he drops the mask. He decides to start using his own name, to expand his sound palette by adding a mandolin, some synths, manipulated percussions and field recordings, equally inspired by Tim Hecker, Neurosis, Lawrence English. Along these lines he crafts some new music, which will eventually come out in april 2015 in an EP called ‘Lost, Found’. His home, now, is a newborn label/collective named SØVN, which Andrea created together with Guybrush and Stefano Venegoni, also member of Dropp and visual artist.
Artworsk by Anna Rubi.
Anna Rubi completed her bachelor studies at the Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design in the Media Design department. She receiveved the Swiss Government Excellence Scholarship and began her master studies at the Zürcher Hochschule der Künste in the department of Transdisciplinary Art. She has been working in the field of video, film and intermedia. At the moment she is finishing a large scale web-documentary project “New Flower”.
Artworks by Anna Rubi.
Mixed by Andrea Bruera.
Mastered by Guybrush.