The Alchemical Theory – Electronic Musical Trio (live act)
A project born in 2018 from the creative union of three Italian producers: Kill Acid on Space, Unclear, and Øyvind (owner of Subosc Records also with Kaelan).
Nico Bianco aka Kill Acid on Space: Born in Bari (Italy) he started as a young man to experiment new sounds to use in his productions and in his live sets. His style is dominated by techno sounds with electronic and ambient contrasts. In 2020 he started his own record label Different Exhibition.
Paolo Bianco aka Unclear: Dj, producer, and label owner based in Bari. His style is deeply inspired by the fervour for techno and all his hypnotic facets. In 2018 he started his own record label called Cultural Corner.
Øyvind Pietro Bianco aka Øyvind: Producer and label owner based in Bari. His style is characterized by complex modular sounds and ambient textures that characterize unique details in each production. In 2015 he became co-owner of Subosc Records helping to put out very huge releases.
The identity of the project was strongly influenced by the great artistic affinity and the favorite sounds of the three producers, ranging from modular electronic sounds to much more atmospheric sounds, which are merging with the love for mysticism, alchemy, art, and nature. In each production, they want to represent something unique that influences the listener’s mind, reproducing a real mental journey.
The Italian trio’s debut production was a CD album, in September 2018 for the Spanish label Annulled Music. Over the last years they have released their music for various important labels such as Absolute Records, Illegal Alien Records, Affin, Northallsen Records, End Of Perception, Norite, Lett Record, Affin, Subosc Records, No Way Records, UTCH Records, Ritualism, NFEREE, Circular Limited, Oslated, Norite, Crescent London, PhonoTropismi, and BAHN· Records.
The strong point of the Italian trio is the live set. Over time they have designed different types of live sets, ranging from an ambient texture to a much more techno imprint, to be used according to the contexts in which we find ourselves.