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Post Rock/Math rock

3.35 | 23 ratings

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4 stars [Rare Italian album] Well like sean trane said this is post rock like goodpseed You black emeperor! the only Difference is that this guys don't have cellos and violin's. they use keyboards, and sometimes this stranges sounds are Inconvinient with the overall feeling that they are trying to do. The highlight in this album is the excellent use of trombone and also the well played bass by Fabio Zuffanti. The album could be only one 44 min track, but They divided in 4 Pieces each one Connected to the previous one; you dont feel you are hearing another song until the album ends; because of this it Advisable to listen the whole album without skiping into another song. The first track its much more experimental that the other 3 and here Mr. Zuffanti makes wierd noises with his bass and the also the keyboards; this song is like a prelude. The secon trakcs starts with a little more experimentation an then the Atmosphere changes to a more calm sound and the trombone begins; (this part is the best); the songs flows slowly and starts the crescendo beatiful composition. The next track is more heavy and the guitar starts to make textures while the keyboards complements the sound. The song ges to the final part and then the last piece starts with strange voices. The last song is very rare, they put 2 diferents voices (one in italian, I guess, and another in french) and it sounds like a Conversation, while this the band make some textures and bizarre sounds, although wokrs pretty well. In Conclusión this is excellen post rock from italy and its a great Contribution to the Development of the experimental/post rock music. 4 stars Excellent addition to any Experimental/post rock music collection. BAMBA

bamba | 4/5 |


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