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Maurizio Bianchi





Taille de l'album MP3:

2380 mb


Mirror Tapes




Abstract, Industrial, Experimental



Date de publication:

16 Jan 2011



Téléchargement le album Maurizio Bianchi - Technology-X




CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
MT006Maurizio Bianchi Technology-X ‎(Cass, Album, Ltd, Nor)Mirror TapesMT006Malaysia2011
noneM.B. Technology X ‎(CDr, Album, Ltd, Num, RE)Not On Label (Maurizio Bianchi Self-released)noneItaly2017
MD010Maurizio Bianchi Technology-X ‎(CD, Ltd, RE)Musica Dispersa RecordsMD010Europe2018


  • Mastered ByEdward Sol
  • Music ByMaurizio Bianchi
  • Photography By [Inlay Vortography]Alvin Langdon Coburn


Available in two versions:

Normal Edition limited to 218 copies, pro-duplicated C47 cassette tape with tape inlay professionally offset printed in full-colour + silver, and MB 'Technology-X' badge.

Special Edition (this) limited to 32 copies, which also includes a film negative strip of abstract photography taken by MB, each one different from the next, only available directly from the label & artist.


Maurizio Bianchi born 4 December 1955 in Pomponesco in the Province of Mantua is an Italian pioneer of industrial music, originating from Milan. Bianchi was inspired by the music of Tangerine Dream, Conrad Schnitzler and Throbbing Gristle. He wrote about music for Italian magazines before beginning to release his own cassettes under the name of Sacher-Pelz in August 1979. He released four cassettes as Sacher-Pelz before switching to his own name or simply MB in 1980. Maurizio Bianchi - Technology 1 1981. To favorites 0 Download album. Listen album. Death Industrial. Maurizio Bianchi. Songs in album Maurizio Bianchi - Technology 1 1981. Maurizio Bianchi - Untitled I. Maurizio Bianchi - Untitled II. Maurizio Bianchi - Untitled III. Total votes: 1. Other albums by Maurizio Bianchi. Technology-X' was salvaged from tapes dating to 1981 and carefully rest'Technology-X' was salvaged from tapes dating to 1981 and carefully rest. Mirror Tapes present a stunning issue of unreleased, archival work from notorious electronic noise pioneer, Maurizio Bianchi. Technology-X' was salvaged from tapes dating to 1981 and carefully restored and remastered for cassette by Edward Sol of Quasi Pop records, faithfully representing MB's crushing dynamics and incredibly visceral textures. A real Industrial Killer-Album. Includes unlimited streaming of M. Maurizio Bianchi - Anthology 1981-1984 2014 via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Sold Out. RecordVinyl Digital Album. Maurizio Bianchi from Milano, Italy, started working in 1979 using pre-recorded filtered sounds and in 1980 bought his own electronic equipment to produce technological sounds to work for a full awareness of modern decadence. Maurizio Bianchi, also known as M. born 4 December 1955 in Pomponesco, Italy, is an Italian pioneer of noise and industrial music. Bianchi began to produce music in 1979, and since 1980 has used electronic equipment with the avowed goal to produce technological sounds and in such a way to work on complete realising of the modern decadence. He released a number of albums, often several in the same year. In the beginning, he published tapes under the alias Sacher-Pelz. In 1981, William Bennett, head of the band Whitehouse and the British Come Org. label, offered Bianch read more. Maurizio Bianchi from Italy. The top ranked albums by Maurizio Bianchi are Symphony For A Genocide, Mectpyo Blut and Gene P. Sign-up for news alerts for this artist. Sign-up for news alerts new releases, live shows and more for this artist: I want the Amoeba Newsletter too. Sort By: Release Date Label Album Title Price High to Low Price Low to High. Italian composer Maurizio Bianchi 1955 produced his first tapes of noise in the early 1980s, at the peak of the industrial scene, but his chaotic dissonant orgies harked back to the musique concrete of the 1950s, despite similarities with Nocturnal Emissions, Metabolist, Whitehouse, early Throbbing Gristle. Bianchi resurrected the moniker Sacher Pelz for the extreme wall of noise of In Hoc Urbia Miazi Old Europa Cafe, 2007 and Clerzphase Stridulum, 2007. The ten-disc box-set Mectpyo Box E'Est, 2008 collects music from the early 1980s. Vinyl-On-Demand is a five-LP boxset of archival recordings. Technology X Mirror Tapes is some sort of remix of its music

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