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Dancing Marna is a single instrumental piece composed of different episodes, featuring a collaboration between My Dear Killer (at acoustic guitar and tapes) and the debut of The Cricket on The Radio (at DIY-electronic, tapes and sampling). It is inspired and represents a sort of tribute, as much as a farewell, to “La Marna” an historical get-together location in the lakes’ land (pictured) which interest, especially for the younger, and business faded abruptly in the early 90s. The building itself, facing the river and the lake, is now to be demolished. The piece try to render, in a metaphorical and transfigured fashion, the feeling of fading fortune and goofy attempt at revamping the venue with improbable fashionable-dance programs. That said, the members of the bands step foot just once in the place but, ironically enough, that was the occasion when they first met. Long live La Marna.


released September 14, 2019

MdK (Electric and acoustic guitar, tapes). COTR (DIY-electronics, waveform generators, reverbers, tapes, samples). Recorded by MdK & COTR in the Lakes' Land, with a 8-1 Tascam 80-8 recorder. Mastered at MafarKa BoX.




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My Dear Killer was born in the middle of the nineties as project aimed at collecting minimalist song-writing, stratified on a mesh of noise, ambient and field recordings.

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