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NAUTILUS

Cellar Noise

 

Symphonic Prog

3.82 | 63 ratings

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alainPP
5 stars CELLAR NOISE is a young Milanese group that started in 2013. Young group if it is coming out here his second CD at the boundary between different genres, but with incredible fresh energy. A force to turn, they are noticed by Fabio Zuffanti in person proposing to give them a hand, small swipe pleasant in itself. Their style of music is catchy, creative, melodic, especially modern. alternative rock, ambient rock, rock-pop, all that is still shake a little more progressive sphere or art music, personally a little WILSON, PORCUPINE TREE, RUSH comes to my ear, but not that much ... there is above and that's a good sign many CELLAR NOISE there.

"The Creator" begins the album with a pop-prog melodic title two times, quite nervous by the catchy riff and rhythmic voice with its resolutely modern. Then break leading symphonic and much softer occurs in a second time. It is already in a centerpiece at the crossroads of prog metal here. "Our Last Dance" comes to a quieter acoustic air at first, then rising to passages from RUSH to PORCUPINE TREE: there are changes, the current atmosphere, energetic fact and one thing is sure I did not bored. "Nautilus" from him on a decidedly more pop on the slopes new wave synthetic atmosphere (XTC to SIMPLE MINDS example but just to give an idea) at times and more nervous passages Modern other instruments where it put in their heart to get a very special rate (rather than a fairly conventionné title with his eternal guitar solo at the end); Here the solo showcases for music from another drawer; it is much harder to describe, but to dissect it best. I also love when the voice comes back the end of the intro leading us to a progressive parable! "Under My Command" 2nd room of over 8 minutes with his melancholy piano intro share on a rhythmic jazzy, the revival jazz in these times! Very quickly, the air becomes more cheerful, more lively, more catchy always guided by this singular and unique voice of Francesco, loud and clear at once. Halfway through, a little slow symphonic air break, a walk, a hymn to life occurs and it becomes solemn and majestic at the same time. The late piano brings the heaviest voice more pronounced at once and still gives more relief to major title.

"Leeches" more prog and still as nervous as the second generation WILSON, begins the second part of the album as a dreamlike party planing, more melancholy with a synth further and putting more dynamism to the end, title really innovative because not reminiscent of a particular group, which pleases me here more. "Her" sweeter with the addition of the voice of Laura Meade IZZ brings a little more sensuality, a title almost too quiet a bit melancholy, languorous up to you. The final solo makes me aware that especially Alessandro PALMISANO musicians are very good. "Omega" and his major title 12 minutes will take a little of everything that took place so far: nothing but the intro made me melt and one of the mid-term developments with this synth to KING CRIMSON is purely enjoyable. The second most symphonic can show the talent of this group by mixing genres to write their own. I take one of the sentences I've read and which is quite suitable for them: "Their music is as a journey in search of fears and constructions of the human mind." Some perfume to HAKEN late to lose us even deeper into genres. "Relics" comes here conclude the album with a short title with instrumental bass and acoustic guitar before maybe just to close the parable to remember that the airplane descent should be there. The second most symphonic can show the talent of this group by mixing genres to write their own. I take one of the sentences I've read and which is quite suitable for them: "Their music is as a journey in search of fears and constructions of the human mind." Some perfume to HAKEN late to lose us even deeper into genres. "Relics" comes here conclude the album with a short title with instrumental bass and acoustic guitar before maybe just to close the parable to remember that the airplane descent should be there. The second most symphonic can show the talent of this group by mixing genres to write their own. I take one of the sentences I've read and which is quite suitable for them: "Their music is as a journey in search of fears and constructions of the human mind." Some perfume to HAKEN late to lose us even deeper into genres. "Relics" comes here conclude the album with a short title with instrumental bass and acoustic guitar before maybe just to close the parable to remember that the airplane descent should be there. Some perfume to HAKEN late to lose us even deeper into genres. "Relics" comes here conclude the album with a short title with instrumental bass and acoustic guitar before maybe just to close the parable to remember that the airplane descent should be there. Some perfume to HAKEN late to lose us even deeper into genres. "Relics" comes here conclude the album with a short title with instrumental bass and acoustic guitar before maybe just to close the parable to remember that the airplane descent should be there.

I will be quick to conclude this column: This is undoubtedly one of the revelations of the year, not just for the beauty of the voice, instead of instruments or for the proposed melodies, but simply for the overall feel that this CD may release a MUST that raises my rating!

alainPP | 5/5 |

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