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Claudio Milano - Adython  CD (album) cover


Claudio Milano


Progressive Electronic

3.94 | 10 ratings

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The Truth
4 stars There's no denying Claudio Milano's credibility as an artist, absolutely no denying it. Adython is one of the most avant works I've heard by him thus far and it's screams and weird electronic effects are enough to make many prog fans shy away immediately, but for those who stick around and just lay back and let the music do its magic, the rewards are fantastic.

It's rough listening that turns into easy listening very quickly with two ultra-avant electronic pieces that are very reminiscent of a sort of futuristic John Zorn. It's quite an amazing listen, the vocals, sax and electronics all combining into a sort of almost rabid wall of sound that I find to be very soothing once one takes it all in.

I can't emphasize enough how the listener really should just not give up on it after the first minute, after awhile, the album just becomes so oddly concise and beautiful after the listener takes it all in. It's sort of like a noise album, only much easier on the ears, the listener eventually becomes one with the music and it's almost like a religious experience.

That is how avant music should be made.

4 stars because it really is a fantastic record. Sure, you have to be in the mood, but it's a good mood to be in.

The Truth | 4/5 |


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