WR715: Antonio and Giovanna Mazza

Episode 715 August 15, 2022 00:45:37
WR715: Antonio and Giovanna Mazza
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Show Notes

We go deep into a supernaturally-inspired electro-prog concept album on this episode, talking 'Luana Moth' with its creator, Antonio Mazza and his sister, Giovanna Mazza, who sings on the record.

It's a fun one, and the record is abolutely deadly. Tune in for a conversation about everything from the importance of interludes, to the daunting task of (maybe one day) performing such a complex piece of music live.

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