Needle Drop: Alessandro Ciminata, “Wasted On Each Other”

Everything changed, became easier, more accessible, more immediate with the advent of the internet. Millennials wield a new kind of power that no one in the past ever foresaw. But having access to such power doesn’t necessary enrich our lives. Alessandro Ciminata’s “Wasted On Each Other” seeks to deliver new generations from the hypnotic buzz of a social media presence, probing the “disposable” nature of our attention seeking culture.

Produced by Jack Gourlay (Rhodes) in his North-East London studio, “Wasted On Each Other” is flush with atmospheric synths, pulsing beats, and Ciminata’s unique deep vocal tone. His thoughtful indie-pop has been making waves over the past years, with a string of singles that have been championed by the likes of John Kennedy (Radio X), BBC Introducing London, and Complex UK.

“Wasted On Each Other” is another stellar entry into his burgeoning catalog, reminding us that after all is said and done, we still might be a generation worth listening to.

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