Setola di Maiale

Via Del Porto
Pordenone, Italy
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Setola di Maiale is a radical label of independent musicians, improvisers and composers. It was set up in January 1993 by musicians Stefano Giust and, in the early, Paolo De Piaggi, with the intent to highlight creative music. Setola di Maiale is founded on the direct participation and peculiar creativity of all musicians involved in its music productions. The catalogue offers official works of soloists and groups, in the fields of so-called avant-garde or experimental music, such as free improvisation, free jazz, electroacoustic, modern composition, acousmatic, electronic music. Contemporary music in its wider form of expression. Setola di Maiale is neither a commercial label nor an association: is rather a laboratory/archives that operates within a free and creative environment. DIY attitude is inevitably the only way for certain type of music to exist, in a market that either is clearly not there, or is stereotyped.

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Bise

Isophone
published: April 14, 2021

Dust of Light/Ears Drawing Sounds

Ivo Perleman
published: December 15, 2020

Myasmo

Mia Zabelka
published: July 16, 2020

No Base Trio

Jonathan Suazo / Gabriel Vicens / Leonardo Osuna
published: July 10, 2020

Live at Angelica 2018

Setoladimaiale Unit & Evan Parker
published: February 20, 2020

Exultation

Luca Pedeferri
published: October 10, 2019

Live At Angelica 2018

Setoladimaiale Unit & Evan Parker
published: September 14, 2019

Kammermusik

Giancarlo Schiaffini, Errico De Fabritiis, Luca Tilli
published: September 05, 2019

Fields

Enzo Rocco, Ferdinando Faraò
published: March 06, 2019

Desidero vedere, sento

Massimo De Mattia, Giorgio Pacorig, Giovanni Maier, Stefano Giust
published: November 29, 2018

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