Daniele Guerrini’s music crosses many different sonic landscapes, but it sets ground on no man’s land of electronic music, where organic and digital clash thoroughly and constantly. Often reminiscing of confusion and puzzlement, his music does set the ground for a mediated conflict between different practices, something that was extremely clear in his latest opus X, wheel, where synths, percussion, modulation and all things electronic often occupied and disputed the same space as organic elements, such as guitar. This renders his music as extremely textural, thus visual, and rhythmic, surpassing the over-explored european tradition of melody-harmony above all. Expect a clinical combination of explosion and implosion on terrains yet to be mapped, but with unquestionable interest for curious ears.