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Album artwork for Quarentina by Joe Cardamone

Joe Cardamone (formerly of The Icarus Line) returns with his second solo offering: the soundtrack to his film series Quarentina. The project was born out of a necessity for distraction and expression. Life gets real hectic real fast and when you are getting dragged down into the sea you better learn to swim. A global pandemic. A city in lockdown. The end of a relationship. A life chopped up into parts. Out of this chaos emerged these uncut gems: nineteen songs about love and pain. Recorded in a flurry of home studio sessions with tracks dubbed in one or two takes just to grab the moment, not think, and keep flying, Quarentina was completed in a matter of a weeks. An exercise in immediacy and minimalism, the album is sparing with its instrumentation but not its intimacy. Quarentina is the most stripped down, raw and vulnerable.

Joe Cardamone

Quarentina

Soul Tune
Album artwork for Album artwork for Quarentina by Joe Cardamone by Quarentina - Joe Cardamone
Album artwork for Quarentina by Joe Cardamone
LP

£31.99

180g Vinyl

Oxblood Red

Released 02/07/2021Catalogue Number

SRR003

Joe Cardamone

Quarentina

Soul Tune
Album artwork for Album artwork for Quarentina by Joe Cardamone by Quarentina - Joe Cardamone
Album artwork for Quarentina by Joe Cardamone
LP

£31.99

180g Vinyl

Oxblood Red

Released 02/07/2021Catalogue Number

SRR003

Joe Cardamone (formerly of The Icarus Line) returns with his second solo offering: the soundtrack to his film series Quarentina. The project was born out of a necessity for distraction and expression. Life gets real hectic real fast and when you are getting dragged down into the sea you better learn to swim. A global pandemic. A city in lockdown. The end of a relationship. A life chopped up into parts. Out of this chaos emerged these uncut gems: nineteen songs about love and pain. Recorded in a flurry of home studio sessions with tracks dubbed in one or two takes just to grab the moment, not think, and keep flying, Quarentina was completed in a matter of a weeks. An exercise in immediacy and minimalism, the album is sparing with its instrumentation but not its intimacy. Quarentina is the most stripped down, raw and vulnerable.