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Bloody Language

(Backwards - BW13) 7-inch $13.00

Three new tracks by Silvia Kastel and Ninni Morgia that reconnect the duo to the tradition of rock’n’roll in all facets (psychedelia, industrial, punk, no wave). Silkscreened jacket. Have a look at their video for the title track here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tC4f7YXHOFw

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Elegy For Rusted Souls

(Backwards - BW08) LP + 7-inch $22.50

The first new, previously unreleased music since 1982 by San Francisco industrial pioneers Factrix, together with Italian duo Silvia Kastel and Ninni Morgia. The quartet uses guitars, bass and electronics in their fusion of acoustic and electric elements, primitive rhythm patterns and ghostly, No Wave-ish vocals. Edition of 500. TEDIUM HOUSE BEST OF 2013

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Gate & Control Unit

(8MM - 062) LP $22.00

Six hallucinatory tracks of stoic free noise, abstract electronics and industrial landscapes by Micheal Morley, Ninni Morgia and Silvia Kastel. Edition of 300

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In A Frame

(Alt.Vinyl - AV043) LP $20.00

Silvia Kastel and Ninni Morgia’s second full length-LP that continues their development of a new, more contemporary form of industrial music. Recorded with old tape machines, vintage synths, beat boxes, crude fuzz boxes, tape echo, heavily filtered bass, and sound and dialogue samples from Italian television.

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Oto Live

(Chocolate Monk - choc.244) CDR $9.00

Ninni Morgia and Silvia Kastel get delirious in the premier London jive joint and showcase the sound of catatonic Italy with all the quiver of a love sick robot. Their sound is always a mix of wieldy, tactile, smart and sleazy. Plenty of vocals, aquatic synth bloot and six-stringed gutter wail. Do your big ham-hock of a face a favor and let them pervade.

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The Fugitives

(Backwards - BW02) LP $20.00

Four intense episodes of pure madness sound, obscure and sensual at the same time, courtesy of Ninni Morgia’s devastating technique and delirious strings, and Silvia Kastel’s hypnotic groans, biting screams and caustic, powerful synthetic raids. A perfect car-crash between two industrial music currents of yore: the American (e.g. Factrix) and the European (e.g. Throbbing Gristle and Cabaret Voltaire). Silkscreened jacket. Edition of 300