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STRIGMA

Taproban

 

Rock Progressivo Italiano

3.75 | 78 ratings

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BloodyMary
5 stars In every Strigma long tracks you can find a recurring theme, an involving and exciting rhythm that captures the listener's attention, carrying away him in a musical whirl. The fiBloodyack of the album, "Nesia al notturno congresso delle Streghe", alternates fast and interesting rhythms to slower and mysterious moments, a very thrilling and pleasant track, never boring or repetitive but ever fickle and amazing. Is particularly Gianluca De Rossi' synth solo to be astonishing, he well shows all his cleverness and experience on keyboards instruments. In the second track, "Lo sguardo di Emily", you can find the same mysterious mood, but with a little bit of sadness. In every single moment, we can feel on our skin the music development, a frantic and charming tune, that remains in your memory even after listening. In the third and last track, "La porta sul buio", the most melancholy, frightful and intriguing of the album, the music makes you feel as you're in a suspended state of danger. A full of shades track, that brings you in a world apart, in that dark room, without any escape, until the last note... Absolutely recommended to every progressive aficionados, but perfect for everyone who wants to listen something different.

BloodyMary

BloodyMary | 5/5 |

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