Donato Dozzy‘s next offering will take the form of a collaborative album with Rome-based singer Anna Caragnano. Set for release via Spectrum Spools, the nine tracks on Sintetizzatrice are comprised entirely of Caragnano’s layered and treated vocals, with no additional instrumentation. The album is said to encompass R&B, Kosmische, and Fluxus styles alongside traditional chamber choir, with “Festa (A Mottola)” described as an homage to the folk music found in the rural region where both Dozzy and Caragnano were born and raised.

“The album came because of the input of my mentor and teacher, Paolo Micioni,” Dozzy told Resident Advisor. “He called me one day in January 2014, reminding how he has been following me for a while now, being proud, yes, but also pointing on the evidence that something was missing in my career. It was time to deal with the voice. And then he introduced me to Anna Caragnano, saying she was the right person for me. Anna is such a curious, simple and naturally talented person. The recording sessions were really inspired and we found our own way pretty quickly.”

Sintetizzatrice will see an official release on March 30, and until then, album cut “Starcloud” can be heard below, where we’ve also posted a complete tracklist.

01. Introduzione
02. Starcloud
03. Luci
04. Fraledune
05. Parallelo
06. Parola
07. Festa (A Mottola)
08. Love Without Sound
09. Conclusione