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Triennale Milano Teatro

Viale Emilio Alemagna, 6, 20121 Milano MI, Italia

Paolo Angeli 22.22 Free Radiohead

Inventor of the Sardinian prepared guitar, Paolo Angeli reworks, improvises and composes unclassifiable music, suspended between free jazz, folk noise and minimal pop.
In 2019 he released his tenth solo album: 22.22 Free Radiohead. Here with his “guitar-orchestra” Angeli interprets and deconstructs the compositional material of Radiohead, turning on the routes of psychedelic improvisation, building bridges and connecting cultured avant-garde and song form. The pieces become pieces of a mosaic, arabesques that decorate a portal between West and East.
They are pieces of glass enclosed in a kaleidoscope, watched and reread through the lens of an elegant Mediterranean free music, in which the avant-garde meets the postrock and flamenco pulsation alternates with the texture evoked by an analog tape that recalls the soundscape of Sardinia.
The dreamlike feeling is that the Sardinian guitarist was involved by Thom Yorke in person to recompose their discography in a single breath or that they asked him to transform a completed score into an open opera in which improvisation has a leading role.

22:22 Free Radiohead is a dedication to those who have built songs and melody and, at the same time, a coherent gesture of a musician who once again moves the margins to grasp large areas of freedom.


15 euros + advance sale fee


Photo by Nanni Angeli

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