Starting from a stew of queasy, gently pulsing electronics, it soon becomes clear that the 'Tempo Furioso' title doesn't have anything to do with the pace of the work, and may have just been applied for ironic/comic value. Adding to the mix are various voice snippets and loops, naturalistic sounds of lapping waves and birds (Jagodic must've been out taping in the 'great weather' of the album's subtitle), and samples of classical and rock music. An early highlight of the second track is a lengthy sample from a period-drama radio play, surrounded by more agitated electronics, before things settle down again. A highly recommended sound experience from start to finish.
Update! Have received the following comment:
A website will be open for Martin Davorin Jagodic in the following month with a lot of new music, graphic scores, videos and more.link
If you want to get the link when it will be ready, just send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.