Copertina Libro Naturans di Angelo Capasso

Elena Del Drago interviews Angelo Capasso on his latest book “Naturans, il paesaggio nell’arte contemporanea”. The interview was broadcasted by RADIO 3 on 29.06.19.

Incense is Dita’s second album. Featuring: Umberto Buono (drums), Valerio Prigiotti (trumpets) , Nati Coppola (vocals), Francesca Pugliese (vocals), Cry.Ing (vocals), Carlo Dal Piaz (bass), Maurizio Pecoraro (bass), Angelo Capasso (guitars).

ACTK, is the name of a temporary band and is made by the initials of Angelo Capasso Thorsten Kirchhoff, the only two components of this music project. The track’s cover image is a still from Thorsten Kirchhoff’s video “Overdrive” (2006).

Dita’s first album. Featuring: Maurizio Pecoraro (bass), Angelo Capasso (guitars), Valerio Prigiotti (trumpets), Ronnie Maxwell (bass on “Anything Goes”), Claudia Valeria Letizia (vocals on “Anything Goes), DJ Flavia Lazzarini (electronic drums on “Anything Goes”).

A contribution to Flavia Lazzarini’s album “Aubergine” (2016).

Angelo Capasso is interviewed by Ilari Valbonesi on the Rolling Stones and their relationships with art. The interview was broadcasted by live.radioartemobile.it (26.02.2009, first radio broadcast).

“Theory, gesture, action” is the title of three radio broadcasts by Angelo Capasso at the end of 1999, few hours before the year 2000 and the long talked menace of the millennium bug (Y2K bug). The three broadcasts were hosted by “Occhio magico” RAI RADIO 3 and were on three different artists: “I media ieri e oggi. Arte e non Arte” with Luca Maria Patella (present with his voice in the transmission) 27.12.99, “Le stelle cadenti di Anselm Kiefer” 28.12.99; “Tuoni e fulmini di Walter De Maria” 30.12.99.

Heaven Can Wait was a rock band from Rome (1986-89): Gianfranco Vaccari (vocals) Stefano Tosti (bass), Angelo Capasso (guitar), Massimiliano Pagano (keyboards). “Fire Without Control” and “The Lights On My Town” (both by Tosti, Vaccari) were recorded at Studi Diapason, Rome (1989). In 1988 the band was finalist in the Rock Roma Rock Festival (Uonna… Mostra articolo

Heaven Can Wait was a rock band from Rome (1986-89): Gianfranco Vaccari (vocals) Stefano Tosti (bass), Angelo Capasso (guitar), Massimiliano Pagano (keyboards). “Fire Without Control” and “The Lights On My Town” (both by Tosti, Vaccari) were recorded at Studi Diapason, Rome (1989). In 1988 the band was finalist in the Rock Roma Rock Festival (Uonna… Mostra articolo

Picasso was a rock band (Angelo Capasso on guitars) active in Rome between 1985-87. “La forza che” was recorded in Prenestino Recording Studio in 1987.