Genre: Industrial, Noise, Experimental electronic
Submerged Sequencycles is a split album by Maurizio Bianchi and Christian Di Vito.
Maurizio Bianchi is an Italian composer of industrial music, originating from Milan.
Bianchi began to release his own cassettes under the name of Sacher-Pelz in August 1979 inspired by the music of Tangerine Dream, Conrad Schnitzler and Throbbing Gristle.
He has been hailed as a pioneer of rhythmic noise and power electronics, creating harsh, disturbing, and fascinating works utilizing primitive drum machine rhythms, harsh distortion, and heavily modified found sounds.
Christian Di Vito was born in 1979 and spent his adolescence in the Rome hardcore – punk scene.
At the time he played electric bass, with an interest in electronic music, emulating artists of Warp and Rephlex labels.
In the early years of the new millennium Christian Di Vito began to create experiments with new sounds; heavily influenced by Xenakis, Scelsi, Ligeti he started a more mature musical research, taking care of a personal aesthetic of sound and creating meticulous compositions.
Di Vito has a big archive of field recordings, an activity he do also on an extra-musical level. He currently lives on the South coast of Rome.