Philippe Blache


Philippe Blache is the former manager of Triple Moon Records (Now out of business).

Philippe Blache is a sociocultural anthropologist, ethnographer specialised in organisational ethics at work, family business entrepreneurship, cultural patrimony and creative communities in the world of cultural industry and contemporary art. He published a handful of articles for specialized journals worldwide. He is also a sound producer and the founder member of the modern classical / cinematic ambient / ethereal goth music project Day Before Us, signed by numerous well established indie labels (Twilight Records, GH Records, Rage in Eden, OPN…) and participated to inter-media cooperations, installations in a plurality of contexts (Art fest, castle party, university auditorium, library, club, Church…)

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TMR013 :: FALLEN Tout est silencieux, OUT SOON !


Lorenzo Bracaloni is an Italian sound artist who works under the monikers of The Child Of A Creek / Fallen and who has published materials for a variety of crafted based editions. Triple Moon Records is pleased to welcome his new album titled “Tout est silencieux”. To the menu, touching, evocative and partly melodious soundscapes in an instrumental pop and subtly moving ambient mood. Serene cinematic sceneries for your  emotionally introspective moments, suggesting memory lines, gentle dreamy tones and a sense of fragility . Ltd edition assorted with a digital version.


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Day Before Us :: New album_early 2018


NEW Day Before Us album, to be out early 2018. CD digipack limited edition. A spiritual call to travel through wondrous, immersive, darkly moving and elegant soundscapes, stay tuned. Soon available from Twilight and GH Records.


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Musica in Vetrina // Live+intervista



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NEW ALBUM :: “Gestimmtseit” by Odio Sis [TMR0012]



Artist: Odio Sis. Album title: Gestimmsteit. N°cat: TMR012


Press release: Ninas Hoppas (alias Odio Sis) is a young sound artist and industrial noise maker coming from Paris, France. Her new EP welcome by Triple Moon Records delivers radical-assaultive electronic drone moves, distorted interferences and grainy mindscaping experimentations. An album which is way recommended for fans of pioneering works in the field of Italian power electronics / death industrialism. The album is titled “Gestimmtseit” and availble as small limited edition, 30 copies. 

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Interview with Nicola Fornasari (aka Xu, La petite vague…)


Nicola Fornasari is an eclectic ambient artist coming from Cremona (Italy). Firstly trained as bass player involved in the harcore band Entropia he turned his creative interest to new musical fields back in 2007 with the formation of his solo project Xu. In itself his musical register can be appreciated as a medley between minimal dronescapes, ambient experimentalism, modern classical and aleatoric sound manipulations based on found sounds, concrete noises. His musical production has been welcomed by a number of labels, including Eilean, Cathedral Transmissions, Twice Removed, Triple Moon Records and al. Nicola is preparing a new album, up to be published on the 4th of July by Flaming Pines (for their “tiny portraits series”).

What is your musical background and how have you decide to produce your own music in first place?

I was the bass player and singer of the hardcore band Entropia from 1995 to 2006, releasing stuff on various international compilation, a 7″ on Tenia Records (ITA), a full length CD on Six Weeks Records (USA) and playing more than a hundred gigs all around Italy and Europe. I do not have any classical music preparation but, since I was little, I have always listened to a lot of different genres (from early Motown Records to 80s darkwave, from Franco Battiato to Dead Kennedys, from Fugazi to Bjork and so on…).At the end of the 90s I was in love with trip-hop (Massive Attack, Tricky, etc.) but also with The Orb psychedelic ambient stuff. In that period I also listened to a lot of dub music, as well as drum&bass and jungle… but something really change when I began to dive regularly into the enormous Coil discography; I can’t say how their work has influenced me as a musician, but I must admit that their imaginary at the time has influenced me a lot. Another band that I must mention are Stars of the Lid that made me fall in love with drone / beatless music.
So I started working as Xu(e) in 2007, as Xu in 2010 and as La Petite Vague in 2012.

What is your compositional plan and how would you define your music?

I usually start playing (and looping) without any particular plan or scheme. During these impros I use the minimum number of sound sources + my standard setup that includes a small mixing desk, contact mics, stompbox pedals and an iPad with Borderlands Granular or Samplr (as appropriate). In this way I recorded hours and hours of material on a multitrack Motu audio interface. During the second part of the process I listen to all the recorded material and select the best moments, then I proceed to the mixing, which typically does not involve heavy DSP processing but simple EQ and layering. By the way, I do not know how to define my music… I can only assure it comes from the non-rational and instinctive part of my personality and, consequently, is simple and sincere and hope – in some ways – spiritual.

What are you currently working on?

At this moment I am completing my new record as Xu. As regards Xu(e), we’ve been working for more than a year on a record with many collaborations (hope it will soon see the light!). Recently I came back to work with Vincenzo Nazzaro (Rooms Delayed), we’re slowly recording stuff for a brand new album.


Xu & Rooms Delayed new soundscape is included in the compilation “Acquainted with passing clouds”:


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Interview with Vincenzo Nazzaro (aka Rooms Delayed)


Vincenzo Nazzaro aka Rooms Delayed is a sound artist coming from Bologne / Avellino (Italy). His sound production consists of an articulation between expressive droning textures, e-guitar experimentations and various micro noises. He notably recorded materials with Nicola Fornasari (from Xu…). Published albums in digital format, also as ultra limited craft based editions.

What is your musical background and how have you decide to produce your own music in first place?

I first approached music a long time ago strumming with the guitar…until it found me. I started with an instrumental band, our mail influences were bands as Sonic Youth, Fugazi and more. At the same time I have kept wandering in my own musical research inspired by musicians as Basinski, Fennesz, Hecker, Ambarchi (just to name the few); so I’ve started experimenting sounds, media and blends to record ambient/drone music.

What is your compositional plan and how would you define your music?

My music conveys all sorts of what inspires me at that very moment, so I don’t have a “structure” plan per se. I feel at ease designing atmospheres with guitar and reverberations (sonancies).

What are you currently working on?

 At present I’m working on a new and challenging piece with my dear friend Nicola Fornasari. I’ll keep you posted!!!!!!


Rooms Delayed & Xu new soundscape in collaboration has been published in the compilation V/A: Acquainted with passing clouds.

Xu & Rooms Delayed past release on Triple Moon Records:

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