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Eraldo Bernocchi

Eraldo Bernocchi
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Italy
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Eraldo Bernocchi (born in 1963) is an Italian musician, producer and sound designer. His career began in the late 70s as a guitarist in independent punk bands. In the mid 80s, together with Paolo Bandera and Luca di Giorgio, Eraldo co-founded the conceptual audio project Sigillum-S. In 2008 he co-founded RareNoise Records, and has continued to collaborate with a large number of other artists in various genres.
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http://www.eraldobernocchi.com
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Releases on file (13)
Gaudi — Magnetic Gaudi — Magnetic
(RareNoise RNR080, 2017, CD)
Eraldo Bernocchi — Rosebud Eraldo Bernocchi — Rosebud
(RareNoise RNR086, 2017, CD)
Gaudi — 30Hz Dub Prelude / Electronic Impromptu in E-flat Minor Gaudi — 30Hz Dub Prelude / Electronic Impromptu in E-flat Minor
(RareNoise RNR066LP, 2016, 10")
Eraldo Bernocchi / Prakash Sontakke — Invisible Strings Eraldo Bernocchi / Prakash Sontakke — Invisible Strings
(RareNoise RNR069, 2016, CD)
Metallic Taste of Blood — Doctoring the Dead Metallic Taste of Blood — Doctoring the Dead
(RareNoise RNR053, 2015, CD)
Obake — Mutations Obake — Mutations
(RareNoise RNR045, 2014, CD)
Metallic Taste of Blood — Metallic Taste of Blood Metallic Taste of Blood — Metallic Taste of Blood
(RareNoise RNR024, 2012, CD)
Owls — The Night Stays Owls — The Night Stays
(RareNoise RNR016 , 2011, CD)
Obake — Obake Obake — Obake
(RareNoise RNR020, 2011, CD)
Eraldo Bernocchi / Harold Budd / Robin Guthrie — Winter Garden Eraldo Bernocchi / Harold Budd / Robin Guthrie — Winter Garden
(RareNoise RNR021, 2011, CD)
Meditronica — Meditronica Meditronica — Meditronica
(RareNoise RNR001, 2009, CD)
Toshinori Kondo / Eraldo Bernocchi / Bill Laswell — Charged Toshinori Kondo / Eraldo Bernocchi / Bill Laswell — Charged
(Innerhythmic INR002, 1999, CD)
Russell Mills / Undark — Pearl + Umbra Russell Mills / Undark — Pearl + Umbra
(Instinct INS-501-2, 1999, CD)

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