Argentinian, Barcelona-based composer and musician Bruno Sanfilippo has released a new album called REDES which is out now via Ad21. According to the press release, REDES’ – it means ‘Networks’ in Spanish – may be a departure from Sanfilippo’s usual, piano-led compositions, but it’s no less captivating or thoughtful. Deeply emotional and tender, it’s one of his most profound works to date – nine tracks full of gentle synth washes, soft intricate details, and warm electronic textures.

I often“, Bruno explains, “tackle universal themes in my music, expressing emotions that aren’t easily defined. We have never been as connected to each other as we are at this point in history. Ephemeral but extensive, our bonds have multiplied thanks to social media and new and fascinating technologies; ‘connectivity’, ‘signal’, ‘followers’, ‘crypto’… We are increasingly defined by those connections and bonds, both real and digital, and ‘REDES’ is my deconstruction of that idea”

The music was written and recorded during winter 2021/22 at Onix II Studio, in his mountain house on the outskirts of Barcelona. ‘REDES’ will be released on September 16 on Compact Disc as well as on all streaming platforms through ad21.

Listen below.