- The lauded techno artist has collaborated with the Rome-based singer on Sintetizzatrice.
Donato Dozzy has a new collaborative album on the way called Sintetizzatrice.
The nine-track, 25-minute record has been made entirely from the voice of Rome-based singer Anna Caragnano, with Dozzy reshaping her vocals using layering and effects. It'll see release on Spectrum Spools. "The album came because of the input of my mentor and teacher, Paolo Micioni," Dozzy told RA. "He called me one day in January 2014, reminding how he has been following me for a while now, being proud, yes, but also pointing on the evidence that something was missing in my career. It was time to deal with the voice. And then he introduced me to Anna Caragnano, saying she was the right person for me. Anna is such a curious, simple and naturally talented person. The recording sessions were really inspired and we found our own way pretty quickly."
Listen to album cut "Starcloud" below.
07. Festa (A Mottola)
08. Love Without Sound
Spectrum Spools will release Sintetizzatrice on March 30th, 2015.