Mix of the Week – Giorgia Angiuli

Born in Puglia, also known as the heel of Italy’s boot, Giorgia is a classically trained musician, composer and multi-instrumentalist. Very early on she developed a strong interest in electronic music and started to experiment with new live techniques.

“do u get goosebumps when YOU ARE listening to the music?”

– Giorgia Angiuli

In 2010 with her audiovisual project We Love, Giorgia collaborated with the renown label Bpitch Control, performing in clubs internationally allowing her presence to grow which eventually led her to go solo in 2013.  The solo project of Giorgia Angiuli stylistically moves between pop, techno and house. She uses her voice to create a dreamy dimension intensified by the use of unique toy instruments. During her set, she combines keyboards, drum pad and theremin with the sounds of a toy flute, sax, trumpets and many other toys. 


As the years have passed Giorgia has increased her profile and visibility with her engaging online presence, it does not wonder every video she posts goes viral receiving thousands or millions of plays. For a small-town girl from Puglia, now residing in Florence, this classically trained musician turned live electronic act is just getting started, so sit back and enjoy what’s to come!

Neuroscience says that the 50% of the people get goosebumps when listening to music; people who experience chills have a higher volume of neurological fibres which link their auditory cortex to the part of the brain that processes emotions. Giorgia invited her fans to share their ideas with “tracks that creates you goosebumps” She asked to her fans to leave their ideas on the comments section, and she selected the best ideas. More than 1400 people have been involved with their ideas

Tracklisting

Nils Frahm – Says
Bicep – Opal
Radiohead – Idiotique
Moderat – Rusty Nails – Shackleton Remix
Ben Bohmer – Sprich
Oliver Huntemann – Tranquilizer
Boris Brejcha feat. Ann Clue – Road trip
Maceo Plex & Gabriel Ananda – Solitary Daze
Jon Hopkins – Emerald Rush
Mathew Jonson – Marionette
Laval – The Emotion Machine
David August – Epikur
Fever Ray – Keep the streets empty for me
Pink Floyd – Shine on Your Crazy Diamond


About the Author

Loves long walks along the beach, holding hands and romantic 80's power ballads, partial to electronic music and likes to make the odd mix or two.