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Studio Album, released in 2007

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1. Erimos (43:11)

Total Time 43:11

Line-up / Musicians

- Maurizio Bianchi (M.B), Hue, Fhievel / all electronics & effects

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Digitalis recordings

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Review by philippe
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4 stars Erimos is the name of a collaborative project released by Maurizio Bianchi (pionnier of noise & "bionic" electronic music) with Matteo Uggeri (Hue) and Luca Bergero (Fhievel). As suggested by the title, this record is a sonic metaphor of environmental paradise and meditational / most reflexive aspects of human life. Eremos means "hermitage" and solitary spiritual vocation. The album features a lot of electronic treatments, eerie drones punctuated by a great variety of sound objects. The atmosphere is colourfully repetitive, based on long droning phrases and micro interferences. Hue and Fhievel's usual microcospic embodied soundsculptures are perfectly combined with M.B's cloudy minimalism. Eremos includes a serie of coherent, controlled linear progressions that deliver a flow of musical energies. Fabulous psychedelectronics that edvocate interior reasonances of the self. Eremos is a window to the absolute, reaching a state of innocence and inifinite quiteness. It really deserves a listening in our turbulant, traumatic and under-expressive atomized world.

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