As a correlational attempt “Nocturne Works” induces a proto botanical study exploring the relation of gentle –short timed– compositions and the Ipomoea alba.
Intended not to be a mere musical publication, rather a round endeavour based on subtle relations, this album plays with the conceived impression of a past warmth veiled under Alpine melancholia.
A cross-guided treatment between the musician and the interdisciplinary imprint; oqko evokes the metaphor of an organic listening paired with the plant as organism.
Romain Iannone’s music is non-invasive and contemplative, spheric yet fragile like the Ipomoea alba supposed to grow out from the seeds included in the release packaging.
A particular bound exists between the cassette tape, the nocturne moon and the seeds of the Ipomoea alba (moonflower). The laconic-lasting tracks may refer the Ipomoea alba’s flower brief blossom and the plant being a species of night-blooming morning glory finishes the triad.