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Massimo Discepoli (Nheap)

Massimo Discepoli (Nheap)
Country
Italy
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Nheap is the recording project of Italian drummer Massimo Discepoli, whose work combines elements of electronic and acoustic music, touching on jazz, rock, and various styles from around the world. Discepoli also records under his own name.
Website
http://www.nheap.com
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Releases on file (9)
Nunun — Inner Nunun — Inner
(Acoustronica AT054, 2017, CD)
Massimo Discepoli / Daniel Barbiero — An Eclipse of Images Massimo Discepoli / Daniel Barbiero — An Eclipse of Images
(Acoustronica , 2016, CD)
Massimo Discepoli — Parallax Massimo Discepoli — Parallax
(DOF, 2014, CD)
Nheap — Flying and the Silence Nheap — Flying and the Silence
(Acustronica, 2013, CD)
Nunun — Seven Mirrors Nunun — Seven Mirrors
(Acoustronica AT024, 2012, CD)
Nheap — Clouds under the Table Nheap — Clouds under the Table
(Acustronica, 2011, CD)
Nunun — Nunun Nunun — Nunun
(Acoustonica AT009, 2010, CD)
Nheap — Skymotion Nheap — Skymotion
((Not on label) Acustronica, 2009, CD)
Nheap — Realight Nheap — Realight
(Musicaoltranza, 2008, CD)

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2017-05-19
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2017-05-05
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2017-05-02
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2017-04-16
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2017-04-16
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