I try to stay up to date about all things electronic, I particularly enjoy reissues and there's quite a few records I've chased around in their original (most times very expensive) print, always secretly hoping they get a proper remaster... that's why I am blown away about having totally missed this!
The now defunct Electronique.it site (quite possibly THE best blog about electronic music ever) may or may not still have a record label; I say this cause they announced they were calling it quits with the writing way before the reissue of this, the crown jewel of Italian electronic music, also: there's still copies available, so...
Anyways, back to the music. Sometime last year they reissued Leo Anibaldi's Muta, an amazing LP of experimental ambient and gothic tinged techno that very much sounds unlike nothing being done today; it's a timeless classic if I ever heard one, a bit hard to dig in to, but totally worth the effort if you're up for the idea of experimental music of any kind.
There's not that much that I can add to it, you may wanna read their own review of Muta in this here link, or you can read Fact Mag's account in their Forgotten Classics column, and since they still have copies of this gorgeous beaut (and they still seem to be in operation), you can head to their Bandcamp and get you one of the finest electronic albums ever to wlak the face of the Earth.