Sandro Perri


HIs music is borne of a curious ear and a love of re-invention, made across a broad sonic spectrum – instrumental, post-rock, electronic, experimental, ambient and folk – and he’s released over a dozen solo and collaborative records since 1999. He created a 28-minute cover of Arthur Russell’s dance classic Kiss Me Again; worked under the moniker Polmo Polpo - whose sound is made of distorted drones, subtle rhythms and ambient textures; produced and mixed albums for a range of artists including Owen Pallett and Stephen Malkmus and collaborated with Christine Fellows and John K. Samson and filmmaker Daniel Cockburn on the National Parks film score.

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