Quite how much of Dsordne's enchanting four-track EP was directly inspired by the 1983 Italian movie of the same name isn't quite clear. The flick sets its scene in New York, where a newly-docked Mario tries to make a life for himself in the Big Apple, befriending a group of other Italians, many of who are directly or indirectly involved in the film and entertainment business. After seeing their disillusionment, he eventually decides that his native Rome may actually be a better, or at least equally great place to live.
There's certainly a sense of wonder pervading this collection of electronica, in keeping with the feeling of arriving in a brand new place. From the retro-tinged exotic percussion on 'Zerouno', to the lush, dream-like pop of 'Zerotre', the whole thing feels like a reflective aural essay on life lessons and formative experiences. A flashback sequence on tape. The closing credits, rendered by way of sound.