Nick Triani keeps his distance from the musical mainstream, making sounds on the fringes.
WEAVING THROUGH the various pieces of dismantled stages and equipment, the scene at Suvilahti is one of a great sigh, as the remnants of this year’s Flow Festival are being swept up and packed away for another year. I turn a corner and am almost run over by an overzealous forklift operator. A sea of broken glass lines the asphalt where the champagne tent once stood. Amidst the chaotic buzzing of people and vehicles all around me, music producer and boss of Soliti Records Nick Triani emerges quietly from a doorway to my right and waves me over.