Enchanting, bizarre and blissful at times. Subtitled "Messa in scena arcaica per strumenti elettronici e voci ingannevoli" (a play of words that translates into "Mass in an archaic scene / archaic enactment for electronic instruments and deceptive voices", Teopatia deliberately plays with different forms of religious music, and loosely oscillates between the spiritual and the illusory world. Great cover showing Papiro's father disguised as a saint with a steering wheel in place of the halo.
Released as PLANAM P
released June 1, 2014
Written, played and produced by Marco Papiro
Mastered by Alex Buess
Cover photography by Franco Papiro