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DETRIMENTAL DIALOGUE (WITH FAUSTO BALBO)

Andrea Marutti

 

Progressive Electronic

4.81 | 2 ratings

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philippe
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5 stars Two electronic wizards and sound alchemists, Fausto Balbo and Andrea Marutti (Amon, Never Known, Hall of Mirrors) have unified their respective musical universe to create a rather unique, innovative and polymorphic electronic album. In itself the musical signature offers a dense and dynamic interaction between sci-fi, fractal sound projections and virtually cosmic surrounded synthscapes. The opening theme offers a synthesis between pure abstract electronic interferencies, spaced out lo-fi keys and icy pop-ish electronics. Indulge me provides a luminous beatific soundscape in search of the absolute quietness. It slowly involves into a metaphysical sound hallucination. Set-Back explores mysteriously evocative, detached soundscapes slowly moving in deep distance, punctuated by electro-acoustic motives, cosmic noises and transversal flux. Troubled Elephant closes the album with various abstract sound manipulations and processual micro-sound textures. Detrimental Dialogue is a vertiginous- cathartic musical experience which entirely renew the whole kosmische synth subgenre due to unusual sound combinations. A really ambitious collaboration and absolute electronic masterpiece.
philippe | 5/5 |

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