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NIMH + M.B

Progressive Electronic • Italy


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Recent Fusion side project from Nimh (Giuseppe Verticchio, key member of the modern experimental ambient scene) and Maurizio Bianchi (pioneer in electronic manipulations). The music delivers "spectral" and shimmering electronic abstractions for keyboards, samples and loops. Two major albums have been published under this collaboration: "Secluded Truths" (2005) and "Together Symphony" (4 CD Box 2005) for the label "Silentes" (http://www.silentes.net/). One of the most touching and immersive musical celebrations of these last years. Definitely progressive and unconventional.

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Secluded Truths
2005

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Together's Symphony
2005

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 Together's Symphony by NIMH + M.B album cover Boxset/Compilation, 2005
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Together's Symphony
Nimh + M.B Progressive Electronic

Review by philippe
Special Collaborator Content Development & Krautrock Team

— First review of this album —
5 stars This is what I would like to call "excellence" in contemporary music: furious blasting ambiences for your brain. This second collaboration between the legendary Maurizio Bianchi and Nimh is not a "collection of drones" but an incredible dark symphony for electronics and noises. "Beyond The Gates" is a massive spacey doom composition for reverberating metal noises, organic textures, e-guitar single chord and atmospheric respiration...the ambience is absolutely breathtaking thanks to gradual, plastical electronic stratifications. "Land Use I" includes plenty overtones interacted in a wide composite, abstract symphony. The result is sensational, monolithic with delicate micro variations, really sonorous stuff!! "Black Earth" comes from inventive e-guitar harmonies, floating upon a black hole...blissed out! "Land Use II" is more in the genre of early Bianchi's sound collages; a terrific, shocking, surreal, trancey electronic noises. "...The Garden Of Loneliness" features expansive, spherical droning sequences transposed in a distorted loneliness. Un classifiable and a must for open minded avant gardists.

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Secluded Truths
Nimh + M.B Progressive Electronic

Review by philippe
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— First review of this album —
5 stars An other recent touching, grandiose melancholic electronic voyage from Maurizio Bianchi. Published the same year than the outstanding "A.M.B Iehn Tale" this new effort provides once again ultimately gorgeous transcending soundscapings obtained by different waves of synth textural ambiences and a variety of tape loops. This album is slightly more evident, also more various and colourful, always bringing long epic musical "tragedies". The presence of Giuseppe Verticchio (from the psych-ambient NIMH) who also collaborates on "Together's symphony" brings something new to this last musical "cycle". "Before the light" is a ghostly, disintegrating piece for tape voices and droney soundscapes. A deep sounding like experience, almost physical! "Other prayers" is an oxidizing composition, featuring an imitation of church organ with background noises and obscured, spherical sounds. Dark and delicate. "The sacred outside" is a piano based piece in the genre of materials ever developed in "AMB Iehn Tale" & "M.I. Nheem Alysm"; the "liturgical", "religious", "ultra-minimalist" theme for piano is punctuated and destroyed by unclean, decaying melodies. "Leaving the Time" is a heavy distorted sonic experimentation with deep echoing industrial effects. "The World Beyond" is a moody, mesmerising "elegiac" composition for long monotonous synth chords (similar to Schulze in his most intense, "gothic" ambiences), electronic drums and reverberations. Gloomy and emotionally charged electronic/synth exercises. Just beautiful and timeless!

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