On January 28th at 7:00pm ORGHANON will take part at the Solchi Sperimentali Festival,
held at Circolo ARCI Bolognesi in Ferrara. For this special occasion, ORGHANON will play a selection of ambient, beat-less
tracks featured in the albums released so far. Free entry for all ARCI members.
The new album "Retrospectre" is finally released by San Francisco based label Time Released Sound.
The album is available in two versions, a limited handmade edition of 60 copies and a standard digipack version.
The first videoclip taken from the new album "Retrospectre" is now online on
YouTube. The clip contains footages of the short movies "Bodie Ghost Town" and "The Salton Sea", masterfully shot by the American videomaker
Alin Cibian. The new album "Retrospectre" will be released on March 12th by Colin Herrick's label Time Released Sound.
"Retrospectre" video trailer
10 - 01 - 2017
Finally online the trailer video of "Retrospectre", the new Orghanon album to be released
in March by the brave Time Released Sound.
"Retrospectre" is a very personal exploration of childhood memories relived as ambient music soundscapes.
Dispelling the ghosts of the past through a music voyage, with the ultimate aim to learn who we truly are.
Compared to the previous Orghanon's works, this album stands out for a more intimate and spontaneous approach during the writing process, featuring instrumental
beat-less tracks enriched by the contributions of several guest musicians, performing parts of violin, viola, cello, harp and clarinet.
Colloquio live @ Chiesa Castello (San Martino dall'Argine - MN)
24 - 03 - 2016
On May 15th at 7:00pm COLLOQUIO will perform live at Chiesa Castello in
San Martino dall'Argine (MN), during the opening day of the art exhibition Imprimatvr. The setlist will feature
few ORGHANON tracks taken from "Figures In Slow Motion" and a new unreleased tune.
It is now online the videoclip of "Hiatus", the second single taken from the
album "Figures In Slow Motion" (Eibon Records). The video has been produced by multimedia artist Raimondo Gaviano (a.k.a. SVART1 - svart1.altervista.org).
"Figures In Slow Motion" debut-album released
07 - 01 - 2015
The debut-album "Figures In Slow Motion" is now worldwide released by
the italian cult label Eibon Records. This is the label's press release of the album:
"Sergio Calzoni's talent in chiselling electronics like a master craftsman has already been made very clear in COLLOQUIO's albums.
This time he flies alone, and what a flight this is.... ORGHANON's debut album offers a melancholy-filled trip through a
congealed world where figures slowly drift in the thick air. Gentle melodies, superbly constructed electronic patterns,
experimental passages create vast sonic scenarios that would perfectly fit in a Jim Jarmusch/Alejandro Inarritu's movie.
Not only the sheer, marvellous quality of the songs but also a very strong feeling of walking into a brand new, undiscovered
sonic territory will leave you breathless. Only a few times in our entire "career" we've been so completely dragged into a
record like into "Figures in slow motion". Miss it at your own risk."
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09 - 12 - 2014
Watch the videoclip of "Gone", the first single taken from the
debut album "Figures In Slow Motion", to be released on January the 7th by Eibon Records.
The video has been produced by multimedia artist Raimondo Gaviano (a.k.a. SVART1 - svart1.altervista.org).
Welcome! New Site Online!
18 - 04 - 2014
orghanon is the solo venture of Sergio Calzoni, producer and musician active since the
nineties in various musical outfits (Alma Mater, Act Noir, Colloquio). orghanon manifesto is
to produce instrumental music, with a strong cinematographic appeal, making use mainly
of electronic apparatus and sparse notes of guitar and various acoustic instruments. A careful and strict
attention is paid to which sounds and parts should be added in the mix, giving to the tracks
a natural and organic vibe. orghanon aims for blending melancholy with silence, depicting
stark yet deeply emotional soundtracks for imaginary places.