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4.04 | 30 ratings

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5 stars "Creativity, contamination & improvvisation" are the terms being in my mind after listening Fonderia music. As a constant evolution ensamble, Fonderia represent one the most appraised reality in the "poor and static" italian music landscape. This first album (a second will arrive sooner!!) is a paradigm of their great technical and compositive abilities and of the will of "take risks" in all their musical adventure. Etno-Funky-Jazz-Rock-Prog-Elettro-Ambient are all included and "liofilizated" into a single etherogenic album with an emotional absolutely enlarged spectre. From the sunny "Tevere" to the dark-electric "Statico", from the ethnic "Piazza Vittorio" to the high energy movement of "Dubbio II", the music flow without limitation of sort with non compromission with easy-listening generes. A band that gives its best expecially in the live-experience, constantly forwarded... beyond... in search of new way to express theirself (reccomanded for their impressionant live-improvvisation abilities!). The album also hosts the slow-soften spot "Deep Blue", the elettro-avantgard moment "Dante at Last", the melanconic-riverside ballad "Aniene", the easyjazz-nocturnal session "Ora legale". Finally I want to give you a possibility to realize the potentialities of these young band: the last concerts and collaboration have seen Rodolfo Maltese (Banco del Mutuo Soccorso), Mauro Pagani (Premiata Forneria Marconi) and "Baffo" Banfi (Biglietto per l'Inferno) presence on stage... !!!
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