MIMS is delighted to share a special and certainly eclectic mix from Lorenzi Morresi, DJ, producer, musician and co-founder of Supereclectic, whose recent album ‘Music For Closed Airports’ is a wonderful mix of live compositions and studio productions that stretch out across jazz funk, italian library and electronica.
@lorenzomorresi: “This mix was recorded in my countryside studio in Le Marche region in Italy. It features some of my own music as well as artists and tracks that inspired my new album ‘Music For Closed Airports’”.
Out In The Ether – Hugh Mane
Mundo De Agua – Joe Claussell
Perkutosofono – Daniele Baldelli
Oltremondo – Lorenzo Morresi
Matt’s Mood – Matt Bianco
How Dare You – St Germain
Omoge Togbayi – Lorenzo Morresi feat. Great Marx
Still Flute – Tenderlonious
La Plage Sous Les Arbres – Vague Imaginaires
Resurrection – Sleepwalker
Solstice – Brian Bennett
Gets – Guem & Zaka
Opening – Philip Glass (Lorenzo Morresi Rework)
Previous releases included a sold-out 45 collaboration with Tenderlonious, on 22a Music, that we raved about on release, and the first taste of much more to come from the pair. And not forgetting his debut album ‘Object Melodie’ on Fly By Night Music, another MIMS favourite.
Supereclectic is a new record label founded in 2020 by Italian DJ’s and producers Lorenzo Morresi and Tommaso Cicconi. They both share a passion for high quality music where genre knows no bounds, although their label and DJ sets tend to focus on jazz, funk, fusion, contemporary experimental and Italian library rarities. The label has already released two eps featuring obscure jazz funk band Session Segreta and Italian jazz guitarist Giulio Romano Malaisi. This year the label released Lorenzo Morresi’s 2nd album ‘Music For Closed Airports’ and promises part one in the Supereclectic Edits series that will feature rare edits and represses from their record collections.