Michele Garruti Shares Glitch – A Minimal & NeoClassic Collection of His Life Events

London based composer and producer Michele Garruti released a collection of his independent tracks titled Glitch. The album is a pure definition of a raw talent to craft minimal and neoclassical tunes. Within 47 minutes, Garutti walks us through emotional stories from his life events. He pays tribute to his family on ‘Mum,’ and ‘Childhood Memories,’ and drags listeners’ attention to important issues on songs such as ‘Syria.’ Michele Garruti has a rare ability to channel pure emotion via instruments, and make the audience experience his thoughts through the sounds and melodies he composes. Glitch is a very original and poetic album – the author approaches the pace from a very thoughtful angle, and perfectly balances the tension in order to not overwhelm listeners and deliver a pleasant sonic experience. The tracks go smoothly one after the other. 

About Michele Garruti (Spotify

Michele Garruti is a London based pianist, composer and producer. His composing style ranges from Classical Crossover to Jazz. Since 2013 he has closely collaborated with the Italian label PLAY founded in 2005 by Giampaolo Pasquile. He also co-founded the London based label Oracle Records of which he’s the director. 

As producer he won the Gospel Music Award for the album “A Christmas Song For You” by the gospel choir “Non Solo Gospel” awarded as best gospel choir. He produced a tribute album to Burt Bacharach entitled “We All Love Burt Bacharach”, played by musicians like Peter Erskine (Weather Report) Bob Mintzer (Yellow Jackets), Darek Oles, Kathleen Grace, Michael Stever and Aaron Serfaty. Michele Garruti played keyboards in the song “A House is not a Home”.

Among his collaboration: Peter Erskine, Bob Mintzer, Darek Oles, Massimo Colombo, Michael Stever, Matt Nicholls, Sheaam Dean, Double Zero, Costantino Catena, NonSoloGospel. 

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