The new Vince Vallicelli's album, recorded and produced at Crinale Lab, in release on July 8th, 2022 in all the stores.
The musician, producer and arranger Naddei (aka Francobeat) returns to the scene about two years after the last recording project "Mostri" This time together with Sabrina Rocchi, with whom he publishes online for the label "L'Amor Mio Non Muore" the second version of "Se qualche volta". It is a rearrangement of the famous song written by Franco Califano and interpreted by Jula De Palma, protagonist of the Italian scene in the 50s, 60s and 70s, before moving to Canada with her family in 1974.
The short documentary that kick starts the project is available online, curated by Big Ben APS and Crinale Lab in collaboration with the Cineteca di Bologna. It starts by enhancing and relaunching the pioneering adventure of one of the first local televisions in the region: TeleModigliana.
Experiences at Crinale go beyond a simple recording.
This is why it must be more than just a recording studio. In a 100% creative context, where inputs can swarm in at any moment, the instant must be captured following events and emotions: with adequate tools such as versatility, sound, and character.
CRINALE, the Italian word for ridge, has an uphill accent on the "i", uphill like the road that leads here.
Crinale is a place to be together.
A recording studio? Absolutely, but not only that.
Crinale is a space for creativity and sharing.
A laboratory that reinvents itself every time.