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Richard Pinhas


Progressive Electronic

3.08 | 27 ratings

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3 stars As the first Richard Pinhas solo work, Rhizosphere works as a natural bridge between the music Pinhas created with Heldon and the music he would make in the future. A transition album.

We're still treated to treated electronics, but without a guitar, the aggression is scaled back on Rhizosphere. The first side flows nicely with shorter pieces, for me the highlight is the languid Trapeze/Interference.

Side B is a sidelong electrosuite that is quite repetitive and not all that engaging.

Somewhat mediocre but mildly pleasing for electrofans. The CD release includes a seperate unreleased Live album from 1982, which bumps the mediocrity level to respectably competent.

WFV | 3/5 |


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