Boomkat Product Review:
One of Italy's most esteemed techno producers, Giorgio Gigli engulfs the senses with his debut album after more than a decade of uncompromising singles.
Consistent in tone yet amorphous in structure, 'The Right Place Where Not To Be' plumbs a purist sound design angle coming off like a lightless, intensified adjunct to the work of his peer and former collaborator, Donato Dozzy.
With the exception of the single-sided Ø slab, bearing the 10 minute pulser 'Il Futuro è solo un ricordo di uno stupendo passato (Everything begins here)', they're best conceived as a fluid play-thru rather than DJ tools.
Like staring at the same patch of (dark, oily) moving water for an extended period, each track is ostensibly the same yet different, manifesting a nuanced modulation of patterns bound to reward on repeat listening.