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Alio Die


Progressive Electronic

4.51 | 3 ratings

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4 stars It has taken me quiet some time to put words to this live recorded experience more so to rate it.

Alio Die - Kalisz Concert (2018) captures perfectly Alio Die´s mastery as a performing composer. His ability to build up front, enticing, transparent structures from scratch could not be best portrayed than in a live performance . The repertoire consists of seven uninterrupted compositions taken from 6 albums which go from 1993 to 2017 and he plays alongside Tomek Pilecki & Mateusz Ciszczon both on rattles and bells.

Alio Die´s music language, to set it somewhere for newcomers in these electronic music borderlines, could be called Post-Bay Area School of electronic music because of its electro/acoustic blend and back to nature spirit.

A gentle tour de force of mutating & mysterious environments embracing trance inducing melodic lines with clear identities, solid musical structures, moods and tempos.

The repertoire is as follows (Track-Song-Album). The stars, of course, are mine:

1- Axis Mundi II - Tripudium Naturae (2010) ****

2- Brace Di Trasformazione - Il Tempo Magico Di Saturnia Pavonia (2003) *****

3- Vulnerable Choice - Seamlessly Bliss (2006) *****

4- Amadriadi - Tripudium Naturae (2010) ****

5- Expansion And Contraction - Sit Tibi Terra Levis/Introspective (1993) ****

6- The Door Of Possibilities - (Alio Die & Ora) The Door Of Possibilities (1994)*****

7- Time Zone Portal - Time Zone Portal (2017) ***** (even 6 if allowed)

My Rating ****4.5 PA stars.

admireArt | 4/5 |


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