Andrea Marutti - Tri-ton (With Five Elements Music, Jim Haynes) CD (album) cover


Andrea Marutti


Progressive Electronic

4.00 | 1 ratings

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4 stars Tri-ton is among the last releases published by the excellent underground Russian label Observatoire (Observatory Records). This effort can be appreciated as a reunion between three musical personalities in the field of sonic dark ambient music. The sound morphologies provided in this release are extremely intense, mesmerizing, complex and ultra immersive. Five Elements Music (solo project of Exit in Grey's member) starts the musical ceremony with a wavering bleak sound manifest based on large buzzing and massive monophonic droning textures and others subterranean and disembodied cycled resonances. Gorgeously tripped out and physically absorbing. From his side, Andrea Marutti delivers a primordial and cryptical magmatic array of lugubruous droning frequencies, moving bass lines and dense sonorous psych-acoustic effects. Deep sense of spaciness. In the musical direction of the most efficiently ecstatic and vertiginous sound materials from Andrea Marutti's past releases as Amon and Never known. A Dantesque and ravishing entrance into the demonic and golden unknown. This music completely reaches you on a new orbit. Jim Haynes closes the album with a definitely abstract and mesmeric archetypical hellscape. Tri-ton provides an homogenous musical orchestration made of substantial darkly evocative dronescapes that will ravish fans of swooshing doom atmospheres. Twisted mystical backness.
philippe | 4/5 |


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