Finally here, the two new Die Schachtel releases, the long awaited Lovisoni/Messina reissue (CD+inedits and deluxe LP) and Luciano Cilio reissue, again in CD+bonus tracks and double deluxe LP. Both are mindminimalistic releases echoing one of the most unique and overlooked bodies of music emerging from Italian underground from the 70s.
The critically acclaimed "Dell'universo assente" has finally made available again in a stunning double-LP and CD edition. The complete works composed by the legendary Neapolitan composer and musician are now digitally restored and include a striking piano recordings of some additional inedited pieces transcribed and played by the composer Girolamo De Simone, who is also the main responsible for the rediscovery of the work of Luciano Cilio.
Prati baganati del Monte Analogo
Originally published in 1979 by the legendary Gianni Sassi's Cramps Records label, as part of a series curated by Franco Battiato, the long-awaited "Prati Bagnati del Monte Analogo" has finally made available by Die Schachtel in a repackaged deluxe edition (both LP and CD), fully remastered (by Giuseppe Ielasi) from the original Cramps tapes, and complete with 3 extra tracks (in the CD edition) dug from Francesco Messina's archives.