Fhievel - Le BaptÍme De La Solitude CD (album) cover




Progressive Electronic

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4 stars Relatively distinct to the last new release The Wheel by the sound creator / sound sculptor Luca Bergero (Fhievel), Le BaptÍme De La Solitude presents a touching, moving and otherwordly electronic experience beautifully divided into three pieces. The opening theme features glacially shimmering drone textures, a kaleidoscope of burgeonning concrete noises, sustained by electronic signals. The second piece is a droney soundscape including a real foggy atmosphere, various sound objects treated in studio. The last composition is a somnambulic, static and warm experimental excursion, always combining splendid continuous sound forms and micro-processing of concrete noises. A subtle combination of sounds that directly haunts and sublimates our capacity of listening. Utterly beautiful! A very intimate, personal work made of tranquil, meditational and cerebral ambiences. This album can ravish those who are into the works released by the INA-GRM institution as well as those who dream on textural dark ambient minimalism.
philippe | 4/5 |


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