"Disturbio" is the debut album by duo Angelica Castello and Jerome Noetinger. This dense masse of noise and sonic rites is the result of a 3 day recording session in Vienna in 2016. Sometimes it's impossible to figure out who's playing, as if they were two on the same tool and instrument: They both use tapes and Castello's breathy playing on the Paetzold flute mimics the rotation of Noetinger's Revox and vice versa, there is a a big collection of samples and loops, radios and field recordings on their cassettes and tapes, with which they create cinematic atmospheres with magic and hidden diaphanous voices.
"Disturbio" is also a study on vibrating surface tremors, earthquakes, strong tectonic movements, shakes. Somehow apocalyptic and reflecting on the beauty of a world where the human is no more than a memory and just a distant sound.