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Diego Buongiorno
motionmaker Italy
Diego Buongiorno releases the digital version of his debut album: “The Bush”.
A 25 track concept album with more than 60 international guests, composed for a magic fairytale written in 10 chapters, that celebrates the need to go back to unconsciousness and to the courage of playing. "The Bush” is the story of an imaginary place where we find Ava, a brave little heroine with butterfly wings who with her purity lights up the darkness of the forest, and fights the desperation of the dreamlike figures that she encounters. Ava is guided by Freyja, goddess of fertility and courage, endowed with prophetic virtues.

Diego Buongiorno has devised, composed, arranged and produced all the project with his small indipendent label Never Stop Dreaming Industries.
The album has been released on December 17th on the most important digital stores including iTunes Worldwide, AmazonMP3, Bandcamp, SpotiFy, MediaNet, eMusic, Zune, Nokia, Rhapsody, VerveLife.

“The Bush” has been mixed by Addi800 in Reykjavik, in three sessions between 2010 and 2012, and mastered in London on November 2012 by the Grammy Award Mandy Parnell, and just nominated to the 2012 Grammy Awars for Bjork’s Biophilia.

More than 60 internationally known Artists have been involved in this epic journey into Music and contemporary Art: musicians, photographers, visual artists, illustrators, directors and designers, representing 18 different countries, have being put together in four years of work.

OFFICIAL SITE
www.thebushworld.com
FACEBOOK
www.facebook.com/diegobuongiorno
SOUNDCLOUD
www.soundcloud.com/diegobuongiorno
VIMEO
www.vimeo.com/thebushworld
TWITTER
www.twitter.com/thebushworld

"The Bush swings gracefully between electronic, post rock and chamber music from the far north. Definitely we have a unique project."
[ Rolling Stones Magazine ]

full review at http://www.rollingstonemagazine.it/recensioni/the-bush/