Munstac ‘Suburban Madness’
Never Ready Records’ inaugural release saw Venetian experimentalist Munstac join the label with the three-track […]
Andrea Comparin (a.k.a. Munstac) developed an early fascination with music starting with the drums, which he would spend a number of years studying while playing out as a member of several rock and jazz bands. Around the age of 16, electronic music became his obsession, beginning with Deeohdee, a collaboration with Jonathan Hamilton.
Comparin has continued his electronic productions while studying at the Vicenza Conservatory, where his talent for sound design has been put to use by delivering soundtracks for documentaries, short films and visual displays. Now with Munstac, a solo project, Comparin’s aural experimentation and sound design pedigree meets technoid rhythms and dancefloor basslines with a singular mission to “get the floor moving.”
Sound of Palladio is the first in a four-part series of limited 12″s pressed to 180g coloured vinyl.
Following the release, Munstac and the label have offered up unreleased cut “Suburban Madness” as one of today’s XLR8R free downloads, available now via the WeTransfer button below.