“Noli me Tangere”: made from leftovers

Last week, a new collection of my compositions was released on major music streaming services.

“Noli me tangere” is a shining example of music recycling: all song has been developed using melodies, loops and backtracks created for other projects, but ultimately not used and “forgotten in a drawer”.

Using this “leftovers”, mixed with new recordings of real instruments like guitars, basses and ukuleles, i made a set of seven relaxing instrumental songs.

If you want to listen “Noli me Tangere”, you can find it on all music streaming services, including Spotify:

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