Polbrone is the new music project of brothers Andrea Salvatici and Simone Salvatici.
Their music fluctuates between musical improvisation, sound exploration and evolving drones. Polbrone like contrasting effects, melodies that gradually destroy and decay, combining acoustic instruments with digital processing.
Using zither, keyboards, guitar and kalimba, the duo create a tapestry of shifting lights and contrasting textures. Through digital looping, the zither is crystallized into shards of sparkling glass, and through some occluded process it’s synthesized into rhythm. Delayed guitar takes over from the keys, and the room is awash with ambiance as lighting (literally) shifts. Wesley Freeman-Smith