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Dahlia Indaco

Dahlia Indaco

Dahlia Indaco


In 1999, led by the results in experimenting with sequencers and strings, MASSIMO USAI (guitars, vocals, programming) sought an outlet for his views and created DAHLIA INDACO. Impressed and inspired by his focus and approach, ELISABETTA PATRITO (bass, vocals, synth textures) quickly joined in hopes of sharing the vision. This vision still lives to this day, and is now stronger than ever always. From the raw beginnings the material grew up to its current shape Read more on Last.fm
In 1999, led by the results in experimenting with sequencers and strings, MASSIMO USAI (guitars, vocals, programming) sought an outlet for his views and created DAHLIA INDACO. Impressed and inspired by his focus and approach, ELISABETTA PATRITO (bass, vocals, synth textures) quickly joined in hopes of sharing the vision. This vision still lives to this day, and is now stronger than ever always. From the raw beginnings the material grew up to its current shape, in which elements of dark, ethereal atmospheres blend with a combination of synthetic beats, acid arpeggios and raging basslines. The duo went thru a number of demo recordings and live shows, only to disappear from the scenes to concentrate on future plans and side projects around late 2005. In the words of the frontman: “I came to the point where I felt all we needed was to find our dimension, a strict correlation with what each of us played and what our sequences sounded like.

And in order to create that specific dimension I had to build bigger knowledge from scratch. I studied a lot, earned an audio engineering degree in two crazed years, and I'm very happy about the way we work now… it's a whole different world.” 2007 is the year of rebirth as the duo undergoes preproduction for a proper release, which sees a preview of things to come with the MOTHERMECH e.p. recorded over the summer and released in the fall of the same year. Now, with a large catalog of unreleased tracks, and with the help of several key figures that have been influential in the formation of the project, Massimo and Elisabetta are finally ready to release a full length album. Read more on Last.fm.

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